State v. Beliveau

CourtSupreme Court of Connecticut
Citation232 Conn. 910,654 A.2d 354
Decision Date10 February 1995
PartiesSTATE of Connecticut v. Andrew BELIVEAU.

Martin Zeldis, Asst. Public Defender, in support of the petition.

Carolyn K. Longstreth, Asst. State's Atty., in opposition.

The defendant's petition for certification for appeal from the Appellate Court, 36 Conn.App. 228, 650 A.2d 591 (AC 12390), is granted, limited to the following issues:

"1. Was the Appellate Court correct when it held that the defendant's right to confrontation was not violated when the trial court refused to allow cross-examination of the victim and the police officer who took her statement regarding the complaint against the defendant she made to the police?

"2. Was the Appellate Court correct when it held that the testimony of two police officers which was admitted into evidence, over objection of the defendant on hearsay grounds, was not error because the trial court in its charge merely instructed the jury not to consider their testimony for purposes of constancy of accusation?

"3. Was the Appellate Court correct when it refused to review the defendant's claim that the trial court had improperly failed to inform the defendant of the extent to which an agency complied with a subpoena of the victim's counseling records when it conducted an in camera inspection of those records?"

The Supreme Court docket number is SC 15196.

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  • State v. Taylor, 13827
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • June 13, 1995
    ......Beliveau, 36 Conn.App. 228, 246, 650 A.2d 591 (1994), cert. granted on other [37 Conn.App. 470] grounds, 232 Conn. 910, 654 A.2d 354 (1995); see also State v. Campbell, 225 Conn. 650, 661, 626 A.2d 287 (1993). .         In reviewing the charge as a whole, we conclude that the charge as given ......
  • Glucksman v. Walters
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • June 6, 1995
    ...... the factual and legal basis for the charge before an appellate court can find error in the court's refusal to give the charge as requested." State v. Robinson, 14 Conn.App. 40, 45-46, 539 A.2d 606, cert. denied, 488 U.S. 899, 109 S.Ct. 244, 102 L.Ed.2d 233 (1988). .         The ...Beliveau, 36 Conn.App. 228, 246, 650 A.2d 591 (1994), cert. granted on other grounds, 232 Conn. 910, 654 A.2d 354 (1995). "It is well established precedent ......
  • National Associated Properties v. Planning and Zoning Com'n of Town of North Branford, 13367
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • June 26, 1995
    ...... See State v. Beliveau, 36 Conn.App. 228, 241, 650 A.2d 591 (1994), cert. granted on other grounds, 232 Conn. 910, 654 A.2d 354 (1995); State v. Harvey, 27 ......

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