Under Connecticut Code of Evidence §4-5, although evidence of other crimes, wrongs or acts, such as uncharged misconduct, is inadmissible to prove bad character or a propensity to engage in wrongdoing, such evidence may be admitted for other purposes.
State v. Hill
Connecticut Supreme Court
February 4, 2013
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