Board of Pardons v. Freedom of Information Com'n

Decision Date20 September 1988
PartiesBOARD OF PARDONS v. FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION.
CourtConnecticut Supreme Court

Carl J. Schuman, Asst. Atty. Gen., in support of the petition.

The plaintiff's petition for certification for appeal from the Appellate Court, 14 Conn.App. 380, 540 A.2d 1077, is granted, limited to the following issue:

"Did the Appellate Court err in concluding that the Board of Pardons had no 'standing' to bring the appeal from the order of the Freedom of Information Commission?"

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  • Orsi v. Senatore
    • United States
    • Connecticut Court of Appeals
    • April 29, 1993
    ... ... DiBonaventura v. Zoning Board of Appeals, 24 Conn.App. 369, 373-74, 588 A.2d 244, cert ... 903, 593 A.2d 129 (1991), citing Board of Pardons v. Freedom of Information Commission, 210 Conn. 646, ... ...
  • Board of Pardons v. Freedom of Information Com'n
    • United States
    • Connecticut Supreme Court
    • April 11, 1989
    ...of their records. Id., 384. We granted certification to consider this issue of standing; Board of Pardons v. Freedom of Information Commission, 209 Conn. 803, 548 A.2d 436 (1988); and now reverse. Only parties "aggrieved by the decision" of the FOIC have standing to take appeals to the Supe......

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