Connecticut's Dram Shop Act, C.G.S. §30-102, requires a plaintiff to prove that a patron was visibly or otherwise perceivably intoxicated when sold alcoholic liquor to prevail on a claim against the purveyor of alcoholic liquor for injuries resulting from the patron's intoxication.
O'Dell v. Kozee
Connecticut Supreme Court
October 8, 2012
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