Governor Continues Push For Passage Of Second Chance Society 2.0Governor Malloy says without passage the state budget will take a 15 million dollar hit
Malloy Makes Another Push For 'Second Chance 2.0'Governor Dannel Malloy continues to press lawmakers for action on his latest package of criminal justice reforms.
Malloy Still Confident Criminal Reform Bill Will PassDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he believes Connecticut lawmakers will eventually pass his latest criminal justice reform bill that expands juvenile court jurisdiction to young adults.
Audit: Half Of State Prosecutors Miss TrainingA new audit says half of Connecticut's prosecutors didn't meet their annual training requirements for the 2009 and 2010 fiscal years despite previous reports noting the same problem dating back to when training was first mandated in 1998.
State Senate Clarifies Prison CreditsThe Democratic-controlled Connecticut Senate voted Friday evening to place limits on which prisoners should be allowed to shorten their sentences by earning credits for good behavior under a new program.