A judge has ruled that the state’s recent repeal of the death penalty can’t be raised as an issue in a long-running lawsuit by death row inmates challenging the fairness of capital punishment in Connecticut.
The family of a Connecticut woman found frozen to death in 2009 settled a lawsuit Wednesday against a former state lawmaker and a tavern accused of negligent and reckless actions in the last hours of her life, including letting her wander off wearing no coat or shoes in 14-degree weather.
A Superior Court judge is being asked to include questions about the state’s repeal of capital punishment in a bias lawsuit filed by death-row inmates.
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) _ The family of former Major League pitcher Mark Fidrych has filed a lawsuit in connection with his accidental death in 2009. Fidrych was working on his Mack truck at his home […]
The families of Massachusetts inmates are protesting the high costs of phone calls from county jails and state prisons.
Federal authorities don’t plan to pursue a civil rights investigation into the death of a Connecticut man who was arrested outside a Rhode Island bar.
The Connecticut attorney general’s office recently asked the state Supreme Court to dismiss a lawsuit by state troopers over a minimum staffing requirement, saying the legislature has thrown out the requirement.
An 18-year-old Marine reservist has sued a Milford auto dealership in federal court, saying he was fired because of his service in the military.
A federal judge in Connecticut has rejected a second bid by Yale University to throw out all the allegations in a lawsuit filed by a South Korean university that claims it lost tens of millions of dollars after Yale damaged its reputation.
A lawsuit in Superior Court in New London seeks to have the remains of a non-Jew exhumed and moved from a Colchester cemetery.