State High Court To Hear Ed Funding CaseA judge's landmark ruling that declared Connecticut's system for funding public schools unconstitutional is set to go before the state Supreme Court.
Court To Hear Arguments In Hospital Shooting Case AppealHearing is set for this Tuesday.
Court Overturns Jury Verdict In Favor Of Acquitted OfficerThe Connecticut Supreme Court has overturned a nearly $190,000 jury verdict in favor of a New Haven police officer who sued the city after being acquitted of groping two women while working an extra shift in uniform at a bar.
Court: Students Must Be Protected From Insect-Borne DiseasesThe Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that schools must warn and protect students from the foreseeable risk of insect-borne diseases when organizing trips abroad.
Connecticut Court Upholds Convictions Of Ex-Death-Row InmateThe state's highest court on Monday upheld the convictions of a former death-row inmate who killed his ex-wife and their 16-year-old son 30 years ago.
Court: No $94M Stock Windfall For Connecticut State WorkersConnecticut state workers and retirees will not get part of a $94 million stock windfall received by the state in 2001 and then used to help fill a budget gap.
State High Court To Hear Disease Case ArgumentsThe Connecticut Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a case that resulted in a $41.5 million award to the family of a private boarding school student who contracted a tick-born disease during a school trip to China.
Governor Selects New Nominee For State Supreme CourtThe governor today announced he will nominate Gregory D'Auria to serve on the state Supreme Court.
Skakel Asks Court To Reconsider Reinstating ConvictionKennedy cousin Michael Skakel's lawyers have asked the Connecticut Supreme Court to reconsider its decision to reinstate his murder conviction in a 1975 killing.
Skakel Murder Conviction ReinstatedConnecticut's highest court has reinstated the murder conviction of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel.
Court Sidesteps Issue Of Social Media Account AuthenticationThe Connecticut Supreme Court on Monday sidestepped the issue of how social media accounts should be authenticated in criminal cases, in a ruling upholding a murder conviction.
State High Court To Hear Murder Conviction AppealsThe Connecticut Supreme Court plans to hear appeals of two convicted killers who were sentenced to lethal injection before the court abolished the state's death penalty.

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