279 A.2d 577 (Conn.Cir.Ct. 1971), 1971-14, State v. Anonymous, (1971-14)

Docket Nº:ANONYMOUS (1971-14) [*].
Citation:279 A.2d 577, 6 Conn.Cir.Ct. 548
Opinion Judge:PER CURIAM
Party Name:STATE of Connecticut v.
Court:Circuit Court of Connecticut

Page 577

279 A.2d 577 (Conn.Cir.Ct. 1971)

6 Conn.Cir.Ct. 548

STATE of Connecticut


ANONYMOUS (1971-14) [*].

No. 1971-14.

Circuit Court of Connecticut.



The record in this case consists solely of a certified transcript of the proceedings on the motion to reduce the bond, together with the petition. It appears from the record that a complaint is presently pending in the Circuit Court containing five counts as follows: illegal possession of heroin (General Statutes § 19-481(a)); illegal possession of marihuana (§ 19-481(b)); illegal possession of controlled drugs (§ 19-481(b)); conspiracy to violate narcotics law (§ 54-197); wilful injury to a minor (§ 53-21). Bond was fixed in the amount of $10,000. The defendant's motion to reduce the amount was denied.

The defendant has appealed under § 54-63g, which provides: 'Any accused person or the state, aggrieved by an order of the circuit court concerning release, may petition the appellate division of [6 Conn.Cir.Ct. 549] the circuit court for review of such order. * * * Any such petition shall have precedence over any other matters Before said appellate division * * * and the hearing shall be held on one-day notice to the parties concerned.'

It appears that the defendant had been previously convicted of a narcotics violation and was on probation. She is twenty-three years of age and, it is claimed, has strong economic and family ties to the community. She is a secretary employed parttime by a law firm. It is...

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