Conn. US Attorney Says Shutdown Is Delaying Cases

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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The partial federal government shutdown has delayed criminal investigations and civil cases, Connecticut's top federal prosecutor told The Associated Press.

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  • Peter Szymonik

    If Attorney Daly is concerned about this, she should be equally, if not more concerned about the current crisis in our state' "family" court system where the inherent operational dysfunction and corruption in the court system caused by the politics of profit and greed and perpetuated by a broken GAL system have a created a situation where over 80% of all parents are now Pro Se and the court system has slowed to crawl, with hearing times approaching 4-5 MONTHS and rulings taking YEARS, all as families and children needlessly suffer so a select few can profit from needlessly prolonging the misery. www. galreform. org

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