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Charges Reduced, Conn. Immigrant Hopes To Stay In US

An Ecuadorian immigrant facing possible deportation said Wednesday he hopes to be allowed to stay in the United States after a court removed a felony conviction stemming from a clash with a now-disgraced Connecticut police officer.


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Ex-East Haven Officer To Be Sentenced In Abuse Case

A former East Haven police officer is facing sentencing Thursday for violating the civil rights of Latinos.


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East Haven Officers Found Guilty In Civil Rights Case

Two East Haven police officers were found guilty Monday of violating the civil rights of Hispanics, bringing to four the number of officers convicted in a case that has roiled the shoreline town for years.


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Defense: Bias Not Proven Against East Haven Officers

Lawyers for two East Haven police officers accused of violated the civil rights of Hispanics have told a jury that federal prosecutors didn’t prove their case.


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Closing Arguments Set in Police Discrimination Case

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A federal jury in Connecticut was expected to begin deliberations in the trial of two East Haven police officers accused of violating the civil rights of local Hispanics and their advocates. […]


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Priest Videos Shown To Jurors In East Haven Police Harassment Case

Federal prosecutors today showed jurors a video recording that brought wider attention to complaints of police harassment of Latinos in East Haven.