We ask a lot of clients when we ask them to trust that justice will be done in the courts. While we seek to improve public confidence in the courts, there is still plenty of reason to be suspect. Consider a case of mine. His case is docked under number S.C. 18178. I write about it now with the client's consent, but I do not use his name. I write about it because I cannot get the courts to act, and my client has grown weary of waiting for justice. I write out of a sense of despair.
One Hand Clapping
Justice Denied To Registered Sex Offender
The Connecticut Law Tribune
May 3, 2010
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