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  1. State v. Salamon (2008)

    Marjorie Allen Dauster, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were David I. Cohen, state's attorney, Timothy J. Sugrue, senior assistant state's attorney, and Michael Colombo, former deputy assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17610
  2. State v. Curcio (1983)

    The defendant has appealed from the trial court's denial of his motion to quash an order for a second grand jury. Because we find that the denial is not a final judgment, the appeal is dismissed.[1]


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 11535
  3. State v. DeJesus (2008)

    Marjorie Allen Dauster, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were Gail P. Hardy, state's attorney, and Vicki Melchiorre, senior assistant state's attorney, for the appellee in Docket No. SC 17710, appellant in Docket No. SC 17711 (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17710, 17711
  4. State v. Fauci (2007)

    Denise B. Smoker, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were David I. Cohen, state's attorney, and Maureen Ornousky, senior assistant state's attorney, for the appellee-appellant (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17402
  5. State v. Saucier (2007)

    The issue in this certified appeal is whether a particular statement made by the victim[1] to an acquaintance in reference to the defendant, Richard Saucier, the day after she had identified the defendant as her attacker, should have been admitted into evidence at trial pursuant to the state of mind exception to the hearsay rule, § 8-3(4) of the Connecticut Code of Evidence.[2] Pursuant to that inquiry, we also must consider whether the Appellate Court properly reviewed this ruling by the [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17502
  6. State v. Kitchens (2011)

    Laurie N. Feldman, special deputy assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were Gail P. Hardy, state's attorney, and Herbert Carlson, former supervisory assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 18421
  7. State v. Peeler (2004)

    Harry Weller, Supervisory Assistant State's Attorney, with whom were Jonathan C. Benedict, State's Attorney, and, on the brief, Joseph Corradino and Susann Gill Riley, Senior Assistant State's Attorneys, for the appellant-appellee (State).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 16362, 16354
  8. State v. Fagan (2006)

    Rita M. Shair, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom were James E. Thomas, state's attorney, and, on the brief, Herbert E. Carlson, Jr., supervisory assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17562
  9. State v. Randolph (2007)

    Mitchell S. Brody, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were James E. Thomas, state's attorney, and Sandra Tullius, senior assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17352
  10. State v. Ledbetter (2005)

    The defendant, Laquan Ledbetter, appeals from the trial court's judgment of conviction, rendered after a jury trial, of two counts of robbery in the first degree in violation of General Statutes §§ 53a-134(a)(3)[1] and 53a-8(a),[2] and two counts of conspiracy to commit robbery in the first degree in violation of General Statutes §§ 53a-48(a)[3] and 53a-134(a)(3). The defendant raises the following two claims of error, each pertaining to separate counts of robbery and conspiracy to commit [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17307
  11. State v. Fabricatore (2007)

    Timothy J. Sugrue, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom were Robert J. Scheinblum, senior assistant state's attorney, and, on the brief, David I. Cohen, state's attorney, for the appellee (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17492
  12. Johnson v. Commissioner of Correction (2008)

    Jessica Probolus, special deputy assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were Michael Dearington, state's attorney, and Linda Howe, senior assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (respondent).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17883
  13. State v. Lawrence (2007)

    Marjorie Allen Dauster, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were John A. Connelly, state's attorney, and John Davenport, senior assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17452
  14. State v. McKenzie-Adams (2007)

    Bruce R. Lockwood, assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were Michael Dearington, state's attorney, and Eugene Calistro, Jr., senior assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (state).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17451
  15. Kerrigan v. Commissioner of Public Health (2008)

    Bennett C. Klein, pro hac vice, with whom were Kenneth J. Bartschi and Mary L. Bonauto, pro hac vice, and, on the brief, Karen L. Loewy, pro hac vice, Jennifer L. Levi, pro hac vice, and Karen L. Dowd, Maureen Murphy and Renee Redman, for the appellants (plaintiffs).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17716
  16. Small v. Commissioner of Correction (2008)

    The issue in this appeal is whether the trial or appellate counsel of the petitioner, Anthony Small, rendered ineffective assistance in failing to object to, or to challenge on direct appeal, the trial court's jury instructions, which did not include the legal definition of "attempt," when the petitioner was charged with felony murder predicated on the crime of attempt to commit robbery in the first degree. We conclude that any error by the petitioner's trial or appellate counsel did not [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17803
  17. Chapman Lumber, Inc. v. Tager (2008)

    These appeals arise out of litigation brought against an attorney for the allegedly improper actions he undertook in connection with his representation of a financially troubled client. Both the defendant, Attorney Clifford L. Tager, and the plaintiff, Chapman Lumber, Inc., have appealed from the judgment rendered in accordance with a jury verdict, as it subsequently was modified by the trial court, and the defendant has filed two additional appeals challenging certain postjudgment rulings of [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 18021, 18023, 18026, 18022
  18. Viera v. Cohen (2007)

    In this medical malpractice action, the defendant Thomas McNamee appeals from the judgment of the trial court, rendered after a jury trial, in favor of the plaintiff, Fred Baker, guardian of the estate of the injured minor, Jodee Viera (Jodee).[1] Although the defendant raises numerous claims of trial improprieties, his principal claim is that the trial court improperly precluded him from pursuing an apportionment complaint against another party against whom the plaintiff had withdrawn his case [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 17478
  19. In Re Melody L. (2009)

    Tammy Nguyen-O'Dowd, assistant attorney general, with whom, on the brief, were Richard Blumenthal, attorney general, and Susan T. Pearlman, assistant attorney general, for the appellee in each case (petitioner).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 18085-18087
  20. Mozell v. Commissioner of Correction (2009)

    Marjorie Allen Dauster, senior assistant state's attorney, with whom, on the brief, were Michael Dearington, state's attorney, and Linda Howe, senior assistant state's attorney, for the appellee (respondent).


    Court: Supreme Court of Connecticut Docket: 18196

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