In the 2007 case of State v. Dalzell, the Connecticut Supreme Court explained that "[i]f the Appellate Court decides to address an issue not previously raised or briefed, it may do so only after requesting supplemental briefs from the parties or allowing argument regarding that issue."
Haynes v. City of Middletown
Connecticut Supreme Court
September 24, 2012
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