Suspects Found Insane Couldn't Profit From Murder Under BillConnecticut lawmakers are again trying to bar people charged with murder or manslaughter but found not guilty by reason of insanity from benefiting from the victims' deaths, including reaping life insurance windfalls.
Wife-killer Receives Conditional ReleaseConditional release has been granted to a man committed to a state hospital after being acquitted by reason of insanity of fatally bludgeoning his wife and captured on 911 audio tape.
Board Considers Release Of Chaplin Wife Killer A state psychiatric board heard testimony Friday on whether it should allow some limited freedom to a man who was found not guilty by reason of insanity for beating his pregnant wife to death in front of their 5-year-old son in 1998.
State Board Considers Release of Wife Killer
Slain Chaplin Woman's Family Files Suit, Seeks To Keep Killer In State CustodyThe family of a Chaplin woman killed by her mentally ill husband in 1998, has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to keep him at Connecticut Valley Hospital.
Review Board Considers Whether Psychiatric Patient Who Killed Wife Should Be ReleasedOfficials who oversee Connecticut's only maximum-security hospital for the criminally insane are considering releasing a former Chaplin man who beat his pregnant wife to death in 1998 to a community treatment center.