Ordinarily, a party who is granted the relief sought is not aggrieved; but, where a party claims alternate forms of relief and expresses a clear preference for one of the forms of relief, the party may be aggrieved when the less preferred alternative is granted.
In Re: Claims of Racial Disparity
Connecticut Appellate Court
May 22, 2012
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