Monthly Archives: May 2012

Superior and probate courts, meanwhile, have yet to sort out the shell game that snatched the farm from Smoron.

Friday, May 11, 2012 Jambed Gears of Justice in Ct Probate Case Over Farm There are few more frightening glimpses of probate court gone wrong than the story told in a new memo from the chief disciplinary counsel for the … Continue reading

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Family of Westport was recognized ?

Americans won’t forget the sacrifice made. 1940s: Westport during World War II During the Second World War Westport formed the Westport Defense Unit in 1941. Later that year on December 8, the town completed an air-raid drill; followed the next … Continue reading

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Dan Gross held in nursing home against his will: elder abuse CT

Uploaded by     nasgamediaon Jan  9, 2010 This could happen to someone you love!!! Story of Daniel Gross, a senior citizen from New York, who took a drive to Connecticut and found himself in the worst nightmare of his life.Conservatorship- guardianship.VISIT … Continue reading

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“The Scandal of Connecticut’s Probate Courts,”

“The Scandal of Connecticut’s Probate Courts,” Statement of Prof. John H. Langbein to Conn. Legislature Committee Professor John H. Langbein Sterling Professor of Law and Legal History – Yale Law School Testimony to Connecticut Legislature Committee on Program Review and … Continue reading

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Westport-Weston probate judge on medical leave

Updated 08:24 a.m., Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Westport-Weston Probate Judge Kevin O’Grady has been on a medical leave of absence for more than a month. In his absence, Fairfield Probate Judge Daniel Caruso is serving as the district’s acting probate … Continue reading

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Probate File Kept Sealed

Judge Won’t Release Data In Widow’s Case January 06, 2006|By KIM MARTINEAU; Courant Staff Writer The Westport probate judge has refused to make public an accounting of how an elderly widow’s money has been managed and spent under the court’s … Continue reading

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The word is out that Connecticut doesn’t consistently apply the rule of law, which keeps new businesses from coming in. Yale Law School Professor John Langbein warns CT elders to lock down their estates and establish residency elsewhere to shield against CT’s probate system.

Ben Hubby MD on January 29, 2012 at 4:46 pm Ben Hubby MD 815 E 66th Street Savannah GA Dear friends, My elder mother, Kingsley Hubby, residing in East Lyme CT, has suffered relentless exploitation, enabled by lawyers who didn’t … Continue reading

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One Response to May 8, 2012 – SUBJECT: WESTPORT PROBATE COURT ON TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2012, AT 3 P.M. Dear Assistant Attorney General Hulin,

Marjorie Partch says: May 19, 2012 at 8:05 PM  “UPDATE It went much better than we expected on Tuesday. A “Transition Co-ordinator” from the Medicaid program The Money Follows the Person made a special guest appearance. [Once I showed MFP … Continue reading

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End Human Rights Abuses and End the Robbing of Estates

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Lawless America…A Movie to Save America

Lawless America will expose the loss of the Constitutional and civil rights of all Americans by exposing dishonest government officials and a broken judicial system.  Judges can and will do anything to any of us without concern for the facts … Continue reading

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