Accused Killer Wants U.S Supreme Court To Hear His AppealLishan Wang seeking to stop forced medication
Ex-Governor Turns To U.S. Supreme CourtJohn Rowland asks U.S. Supreme Court to review his corruption conviction
Connecticut Court Reaffirms Ruling Abolishing Death PenaltyThe Connecticut Supreme Court has reaffirmed its decision that Connecticut's abolition of the death penalty must also apply to those already convicted of a capital felony.
Supreme Court Leaves State Assault Weapons Bans In PlaceThe Supreme Court has rejected challenges to assault weapons bans in Connecticut and New York, in the aftermath of the shooting attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that left 50 people dead.
Connecticut Senate Urges Action On High Court NomineeThe Connecticut state Senate is officially urging the U.S. Senate to hold confirmation hearings on President Barack Obama's U.S. Supreme Court nominee.
The Latest: Lawyer says firing worker over pot use too harshThe Latest on arguments before the Connecticut Supreme Court on Thursday in the case of a state worker fired for smoking marijuana on the job.
Connecticut's Top Court To Hear Kennedy Cousin Murder CaseThe Connecticut Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on whether the murder conviction against Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel that was overturned in 2013 should be reinstated.
Justice Breyer To Speak at Yale Law SchoolU.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is giving a talk Wednesday at Yale Law School.
Connecticut High Court Revisits Death PenaltyConnecticut's Supreme Court has revisited the issue of whether a 2012 state law repealing capital punishment for future crimes should apply to inmates who already were on death row at the time.
Connecticut Supreme Court To Revisit Death PenaltyConnecticut's Supreme Court is revisiting the issue of whether a 2012 state law repealing capital punishment should apply to inmates were already on death row at the time.
State High Court: Killer's Conversations With Husband Not ConfidentialA law protecting married couples' conversations as confidential doesn't apply to a convicted killer whose husband testified at trial about incriminating statements she made, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a love-triangle murder case.
State's High Court To Hear More Death Penalty ArgumentsOral arguments to be heard next month