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Connecticut Senate Rebukes Chief Justice’s for Handling of FOIA Case

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· Story link The Connecticut State Senate voted to limit the ability of the chief justice to appoint judges to…

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The Connecticut State Senate voted to limit the ability of the chief justice to appoint judges to panels considering appeals. The vote was a rebuke of outdoing Chief Justice William J. Sullivan, who modified the panel considering a Freedom of Information Commission ruling that the court system’s computerized motor vehicle and criminal dockets are public information. The revised panel reversed the ruling. (5/4/06)