• Connecticut Supreme Court
  • SC 19014
  • Jun 10 2014 (Date Decided)
  • Per Curiam
Certification was improvidently granted to appeal the issue of whether the Appellate Court properly applied the concert of action doctrine in concluding that there was sufficient evidence to support the defendant's conviction for murder as either a principal or an accessory.

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