A former New Britain accountant has been sentenced to at least eight years in prison for embezzling more than $500,000 from an elderly woman, a church, and a non-profit music group.
The family of a slain New Haven teenager is outraged after a jury acquitted the shooter of first-degree manslaughter and found her guilty instead of a lesser crime that carries 10 fewer years in prison.
A prominent Danbury property owner has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for causing the death of an undocumented immigrant from Ecuador during a confrontation in November 2009.
A Connecticut doctor has made his first court appearance on charges he raped a patient at his East Hartford medical clinic.
Attorneys for a man charged with killing a woman and her two daughters in a brutal home invasion rested their defense with a psychologist saying the man’s history of sexual and drug abuse and concussions increased the likelihood of criminal activity.
A man charged in a 2007 home invasion that killed a mother and her two daughters said he was repeatedly sexually abused as a child and burned in the process, a psychologist hired by the defense testified Wednesday.
An attorney for Bridgeport parents protesting the state takeover of their school district is asking a Connecticut judge to issue a court order blocking the move.
A New York man who killed the two owners of a Connecticut jewelry shop in 2005 has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of release.
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