Court Urged To Order Release Of Newtown Shooter's BelongingsA newspaper lawyer has urged the Connecticut Supreme Court to allow reporters to examine some of the belongings of a man who killed 20 first-graders in 2012, including a spreadsheet ranking mass murders and a violent story he wrote as a child.
Marathon Hearing Leads To Deadlock On McDonald NominationA 13-hour legislative hearing on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's choice to be the next Connecticut chief justice has ended with a tie vote.
McDonald Denies He's An "Activist" In Confirmation Hearing Connecticut chief justice nominee Andrew McDonald denies he's an ``activist'' justice, a claim made by some of his opponents.
High Court Says State's Education Funding Is ConstitutionalConnecticut's Supreme Court has rejected a claim that the state's educational funding formula is unconstitutional.
Malloy Taps McDonald For Chief Justice PostGov. Dannel P. Malloy's nominee to be Connecticut's next chief justice would be the first openly gay leader of a state Supreme Court.
Top Connecticut Court Cases In 2018 Involve Newtown, SkakelThe Connecticut Supreme Court is expected to issue decisions and hear arguments in a variety of notable cases in 2018.
State High Court Hears Protest Sign CaseThe Connecticut Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether a town has the right to regulate signs that criticize local businesses.
State High Court Chief Justice Rogers Announces RetirementThe chief justice of Connecticut's Supreme Court has announced her retirement.
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.

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