Family Of Bicyclist Awarded $6MA Connecticut jury has awarded more than $6 million to the family of a bicyclist who was struck and killed by a van whose driver argued the victim had used cocaine.
Man Held After Courtroom ChantingState police say man who was chanting in a courtroom at New Haven Superior Court on Elm Street Tuesday afternoon was being held after there was disturbance.
Most Defendants Settle In Madison Teen Assault LawsuitSix of seven men sued in connection with the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl at a New Year's Eve party in Madison in 2009 when they were all middle school students have settled claims against them made in the victim's lawsuit.
Murder Conviction In New Haven Killing OverturnedThe state's second-highest court has overturned the murder conviction of a man sentenced to 60 years in prison for a 2008 killing outside a New Haven nightclub.
Families Sue Utilities Over Conn. House ExplosionTwo families are suing two Connecticut utilities alleging negligence in connection with a 2012 natural gas explosion that leveled one New Haven home and damaged another.
Judge Denies Komisarjevsky RequestsA judge today rejected two requests from Joshua Komisarjevsky's defense lawyers, in advance of the Cheshire home invasion death penalty defendant's trial.
Exhibits from Second Day of Hayes Trial