One Hand Clapping

One Man Walks, So Critics Take Run At Judge

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Storm clouds are gathering over the General Assembly as lawmakers consider the reappointment of Superior Court Judge Thomas P. Miano. A bitter fight is expected, and the focus of that fight is the judge's sentencing decision in the case of iState v. Burke/i. A good jurist should not be immolated on a smouldering heap of half-truths. Judge Miano should be appointed to another eight-year term.

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