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Invisible Leash Raises Questions In Capital Case

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

I am sure Superior Court Judge Roland D. Fasano really didn't mean to begin laying the foundation for post-conviction relief as to Joshua Komisarjevsky. But the practical import of his decision to place attorney Jeremiah Donovan on what amounts to a form of existential probation could benefit Komisarjevsky in years to come. It would have been far simpler and more elegant for Fasano to decide the contempt issue before the court.

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