CBA House of Delegates Votes to Join Gun Law Amicus

The Connecticut Bar Association's House of Delegates has decided that the organization should join an amicus brief in defense of state gun control laws.

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  • Paul Mordecai Rosenberg

    So it appears the CBA House of Delegates doesn‘t represent the great unwashed dues-paying membership of the organization, which from all indication is clearly opposed to the amicus filing on several grounds. No surprise.

    In all events, shame on Dubois & Co. for their inappropriate, , unwarranted, reprehensible action, which in the end will add absolutely nothing to the case at hand but will cost the CBA respect and members . . .

  • peter kuck

    This is a definite conflict of interest on the part of the Bar Association. It also flies in the face of article 1 section 15 of the state constitution which I believe attorneys are sworn to uphold.

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