Labor Attorney Is Picked By Celebrity Lawyer In UConn Sex Assault Case

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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New Haven attorney Nina Pirrotti is well-known in employment law circles. She's spoken at numerous American Bar Association and Connecticut Bar Association conferences on various topics.

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  • William Doriss

    "My investigatory skills as a prosecutor have also helped me in good stead with the work that I've done on behalf of employees,"

    Oh Gee!?! Sez who? In what way? Are we supposed to take that lying down? For us, "investigatory skills as a prosecutor" is an electrified, neon-signed, red flag, par excellence! We wonder if Ms. Pirrotti would defend a middle-aged, white Anglo-Saxon U.S. citizen male, veteran of the armed forces during wartime, with a doctor's degree, in a civil rights lawsuit (false arrest and malicious prosecution) against the sovereign in federal district court?
    We fear she would not. We fear the nascent FemiNazis of Amerika and other assorted Libral Do-Gooders (of both sexes) have hijacked the judiciary [in certain U.S. jurisdictions, Konnecticut not excluded]. We believe, on the face of it, that Ms. Perrotti is DOA and an extremely poor choice, based on merely the info/resume provided above.
    We'll take Sandra Day, or Ruth Bader any day of the week over any elitist lady Papawa from CT-NY. We do not want to meet Ms. Perrotti in Juvenile Court trying to take away our "parental rights" [on behalf of any alleged child and/or the State] either. This lady is a Disaster Waiting to happen [in the Courtroom].

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