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A Life That Was Truly Rich

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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When we refer to each judge as "Your Honor," we "honor" that person and we simultaneously "honor" the office of every judge. Importantly, we also "honor" something in ourselves as individuals and as members of a civilized, honorable, and lawful society. Reflecting upon the life of the Honorable Richard A. Damiani, we find something more than "His Honor" or our honor. We find an example of a person who achieved such a level of excellence in the way he lived and acted as a judge and as a human being that he truly enriched the office of the judge and the society that he served so well.

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