As stated in the 2009 Connecticut Appellate Court case of Collins v. Collins, "[w]hen, during the pendency of an appeal, events have occurred that preclude an appellate court from granting any practical relief through its disposition of the merits, a case has become moot."
O'Brien v. O'Brien
Connecticut Appellate Court
October 22, 2012
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