Monthly Archives: March 2015

Connecticut Probate: AN ACT PROTECTING ELDERLY PERSONS FROM EXPLOITATION.”To criminalize the exploitation of elderly persons, prevent perpetrators from profiting”

AN ACT PROTECTING ELDERLY PERSONS FROM EXPLOITATION. To criminalize the exploitation of elderly persons, prevent perpetrators from profiting from the exploitation, add certain financial institution employees to mandated reporters of suspected abuse of elderly persons and adopt the Connecticut Uniform … Continue reading

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Connecticut: Resident wins Appellate Court reversal, “The question that this raises is pertinent to consider: is justice unaffordable for many?”

New Canaan resident Michael Nowacki claims a trial court violated his U.S. Constitutional rights in two 2012 convictions of him it reached, and the Connecticut Appellate Court has now said it agrees. In a decision published Tuesday, March 10, in … Continue reading

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