HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – A new Connecticut law clarifies that horses are not inherently vicious, refuting two court decisions involving a horse in Milford that bit a child. The state Senate approved the legislation 35-0 […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Connecticut’s second-highest court has ruled that the Boy Scouts of America and a local council of the group aren’t liable for a former scouting leader’s sexual molestation of a boy. The […]
Prison officials can use reasonable force to take DNA samples from convicted felons who refuse to provide them, Connecticut’s second-highest court ruled Monday.
The state Appellate Court has heard arguments in the case of former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez who’s appealing his five corruption convictions.
The Appellate Court has agreed with the Historic District Commission in Fenwick in rejecting the solution chosen by the purchaser of Katherine Hepburn’s former estate when he was told five-foot granite posts he installed at the driveway entrance were a foot too tall.
The state Appellate Court has rejected an appeal by a prison inmate who went on a hunger strike, ended up being force-fed under court orders and then claimed he was being abused and tortured in custody.
The Connecticut Appellate Court has ruled that the town of Fairfield may not make claims for losses due to disgraced financier Bernard Madoff’s fraud.
The state Appellate Court on Monday rejected the appeal of a New Haven pediatrician who claimed state officials were wrong to discipline him in 2007 for the way he treated two children he diagnosed with Lyme disease.
The state Appellate Court has overturned a jury verdict and ordered a new trial in the case of a woman’s suicide at a psychiatric hospital that caters to celebrities.