"The ultimate test which must be applied to the verdict by the trial court is whether . . . the size of the verdict so shocks the sense of justice as to compel the conclusion that the jury was influenced by partiality, prejudice, mistake or corruption," pursuant to the Connecticut Supreme Court's 2011 decision, Saleh v. Ribeiro Trucking.
Tremper v. State
March 4, 2013
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