Sealed Cases To Be Reviewed

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Some `Level 2s' Involve Prominent Corporate Leaders, Judges May 5, 2007 By DAVE ALTIMARI , Courant Staff Writer The state's judicial branch will review about 500 sealed civil and family cases, some involving ...
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Mac

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#22
May 5, 2007
 
Susan Gaines wrote:
It's not right that individuals with wealth and power can have access to sealing cases where other individuals can't have the same right to privacy.
This has the appearance of being favortism/doing favors ext.
For the most part you only had to make the motion. No wealth or power required. Whose business is it anyhow what is contained in indviduals' divorce. Everyone wants to be a vouyer.
Mac

New Britain, CT

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May 5, 2007
 
Steven_G_Erickson wrote:
Maybe more than just the sealed cases should be looked at.
Supreme Court Justice William J. Sullivan proved that he can and will pull a fast one. If he was the head of the Judiciary and it is run like an Organized Crime Syndicate, there have been grave injustices.
What about victims of judicial misconduct, I know many.
There are many sociopaths that are judges.
Judge Scheinblum would tell minority and poor whites to shut and take a deal with no lawyer present, guilty or not. He would use a violin in chambers to decide how harsh to punish a defendant. A bad note, a harsh sentence. Scheinblum has been overtly racist allegedly commenting on minorities from the bench.
Judge Jonathan Kaplan will expound on someone's racial background that use that to sentence someone or take away their kids. Kaplan will follow someone around the court house and block their exit with a car if the person has complained against him. Judge Jonathan Kaplan may have aligned himself with former Connecticut State Police Commissioner Arthur L. Spada to railroad citizens that proposed legislation to elected officials, police didn't like and that had got "mouthy" in newspapers about police or the courts.
I sent a registered letter regarding felonies being committed by judges and police in Connecticut to Judge William J. Sullivan.
I went up to Sullivan when he was in the hallway outside the Judicial hearings deciding his fate and asked him about whether or not the felonies that I had informed him of, made him guilty of felonies if he did not pass it on to proper investigative channels.
http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/20...
It's time for your medication.
No Name Please

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May 5, 2007
 
As an ex-wife of a Connecticut State Attorney, I can vouch first hand for the special privledges, favoritism and abuse of authority and power that takes place within our court system. It amazes me that when a Prosecutor is charged with contempt of court, he can get his court room cleared and his court records sealed. Would the court give the same privacy to a janitor, a sales person, a teacher or a nurse?

I work in a hospital - and we provide the best possible care to anyone who comes through our doors. Preferential treatment is not given to other healthcare workers. We even treat lawyers! So why are a certain privledged few given special treatment in the court system?

I am pleased to hear that the Chief Justice is attempting to finally bring "justice" back into the judicial system. Our First Amendment was never written to exclude a privledged few.
JOHN

Bridgeport, CT

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#25
May 5, 2007
 
what does that mean? Bringing justice back into the judicial system. Where did go?? I think the former chief justice was the first to unseal these types of cases. But I agree good for chief justice rogers to continue. That is great news.
Ray Spruance

Middletown, CT

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May 6, 2007
 
Mac wrote:
<quoted text> Hey Ray get a life.
Huh? What's your problem you nutless anonymous troll?
Mac

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May 6, 2007
 
Ray Spruance wrote:
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Huh? What's your problem you nutless anonymous troll?
No I'm sorry I'm not a relative of yours>
Steven_G_Erickso n

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May 6, 2007
 
No Name Please wrote:
As an ex-wife of a Connecticut State Attorney, I can vouch first hand for the special privledges, favoritism and abuse of authority and power that takes place within our court system. It amazes me that when a Prosecutor is charged with contempt of court, he can get his court room cleared and his court records sealed. Would the court give the same privacy to a janitor, a sales person, a teacher or a nurse?
I work in a hospital - and we provide the best possible care to anyone who comes through our doors. Preferential treatment is not given to other healthcare workers. We even treat lawyers! So why are a certain privledged few given special treatment in the court system?
I am pleased to hear that the Chief Justice is attempting to finally bring "justice" back into the judicial system. Our First Amendment was never written to exclude a privledged few.
Court cases are fixed in Connecticut.

Rowland just assumed the judges and others he appointed would never break ranks.

Rowland should have gotten life behind bars.

Until Judges, prosecutors, police, other law enforcement, and defense attorneys have to face regular arrests and processing, the abuse will only continue.

Ray Spruance

Middletown, CT

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May 6, 2007
 
Mac wrote:
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No I'm sorry I'm not a relative of yours>
Speaking of nutless anonymous trolls ...
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#30
May 7, 2007
 
What are all you Yankees attacking each other about? Closed government IS corrupt government. Bring the sunlight in, always! As in every profession, a large percent in the legal profession are grossly incompetent and must be watched by the public it serves. The Courant and the other publisher have got to be thanked for making the effort to help sunlight in. Thank you.
Felicita Luna

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Jun 19, 2012
 
"Supreme Court Justice William J. Sullivan proved that he can and will pull a fast one." This judge deprived me of every right to be heard on the merit of my case Luna vs.Dobson then goes and dismisses my case with prejudice. Evidence goes missing and I wasn't given access to my files. He did this over and again!!

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