A 17-year-old known as “Cassandra C.” in court papers will continue with her chemotherapy
When a 17-year-old Connecticut girl refused medical treatment for cancer and her mother agreed with her decision, state officials took custody of her and forced her to undergo what they called life-saving chemotherapy.
Connecticut’s highest court is siding with the town of Rocky Hill in a dispute about whether a privately operated nursing facility for state prisoners should be immune from local zoning restrictions and free from paying local property taxes.
A writer telling the story of a serial killer who inspired the play and 1944 movie “Arsenic and Old Lace” hopes the Connecticut Supreme Court will order records related to her incarceration in a state mental hospital to be opened.
A pregnancy discrimination case is in front of the Supreme Court and its outcome could affect women across the country. A former UPS worker says she was forced into taking unpaid leave when she became pregnant.
Two U.S. Supreme Court justices who attended Yale Law school are expressing concern over a lack of diverse backgrounds among those on the bench.
A divided Connecticut Supreme Court has reinstated a gun conviction against a man who awaits sentencing in a New Jersey murder case, ruling that a 2008 warrantless search by Stamford police that found the weapon used in the homicide was proper.
PAT EATON-ROBB, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Supreme Court on Thursday clarified the requirements for completing accelerated rehabilitation, a probation program for first-time offenders that results in charges being dropped. The court […]
The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that state law limits how much interest pawn shops can charge consumers who agree to buy back items they sold to the shops in exchange for loans.
The state Supreme Court today heard the appeal of a death row inmate convicted of arranging the Bridgeport killings of an 8-year-old boy, and the child’s mother.