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  • Man acquitted of molestation
    A Hartford Superior Court jury Wednesday acquitted a Manchester man of accusations that he touched a 12-year-old girl in sexual ways, through clothing, in a single incident on June 21, 2014..
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  • 'Sudden' Clause Lets Allstate Off Hook in Foundation Case
    Law360, New York (February 23, 2017, 9:34 PM EST) -- A Connecticut federal judge let one insurer off the hook but said another may still be liable for coverage..
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  • Man given plea, sentencing break in child porn case
    A man accused of possessing at least 192 computer files containing child pornography when he lived in Manchester pleaded guilty Tuesday to a reduced charge and was sentenced to two years in prison..
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  • Manchester Town Attorney Finds No "Automatic" Right To Succeed Departing Mayor
    MANCHESTER — The town attorney found that local and state laws do not support an automatic mayoral succession and that the board of directors may choose any member as its new leader when Mayor Leo Diana resigns to become a judge..
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  • Opinion Regarding Filling a Vacancy in the Office of The Mayor
    On March 14, 2014, Governor Dannel Malloy nominated Manchester Mayor Leo Diana to be a judge of the Superior Court..
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  • Supreme Court To Decide Bank's Liability In Catholic School Scam
    Nine years ago, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that a ski resort couldn’t limit its liability through contractual clauses..
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  • St. Onge v. UNUM Life Insurance Company of America Decision
    At a stated term of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, held at the Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse, 40 Foley Square, in the City of New York..
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  • Family of Drowned Student Settles With Town
    The family of a young student who drowned in the Manchester High School pool during gym class has reached a settlement with the town for $1.725 million prior to filing a formal lawsui..
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  • Eminent Domain Case Decision
    On July 14, 2011, the commissioner (commissioner) of the department of transportation (DOT) filed with the clerk of the Superior Court a Notice of..
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  • Playing The Robin Hood Role
    A witty colleague in the legislature once dubbed him Ryan "Not-Ready-For-Subprime-Time" Barry. It was funny, but not exactly fair..
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