In the 1979 decision of State v. Avcollie, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that "when a case has been tried to a jury, the principle of double jeopardy does not prohibit an appeal by the prosecution providing that a retrial is not required in the event the prosecution is successful in its appeal."
State v. Bradley
Connecticut Appellate Court
August 27, 2012
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