Guest Commentary

Shedding Light On Shadow Lives

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

There's a silent struggle being waged by 1,400 families of people in Connecticut who have gone missing or who are victims of unsolved murders. It's what I call a modern-day epidemic. These families have been torn apart by the unfathomable and yet wait, sometimes decades, for answers, fearing there will be no justice for their family. There is a fiction, a fable of sorts, in our communities that allow us to sleep at night, and that is if our loved one goes missing or is murdered, that certain events will occur and bring forth swift justice.

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