• Superior Court
  • Fairfield J.D., at Bridgeport
  • CV13-5029885S
  • Apr 04 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Bellis, J.
When ruling on a request to use pseudonyms, a court may consider whether the plaintiffs possess a substantial privacy right that is greater than the customary and constitutionally embedded presumption of openness in judicial proceedings.

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