State v. Elmer G.

Decision Date21 November 2017
Citation173 A.3d 952 (Mem),327 Conn. 971
CourtConnecticut Supreme Court
Parties STATE of Connecticut v. ELMER G.

327 Conn. 971
173 A.3d 952 (Mem)

STATE of Connecticut

Supreme Court of Connecticut.

Decided November 21, 2017

Pamela S. Nagy, assistant public defender, in support of the petition.

Ronald G. Weller, senior assistant state's attorney, in opposition.

The defendant's petition for certification to appeal from the Appellate Court, 176 Conn. App. 343, 170 A.3d 749 (2017), is granted, limited to the following issues:

"1. Did the Appellate Court properly conclude that there was sufficient evidence to support the defendant's conviction for criminal violation of a restraining order?

"2. Did the Appellate Court properly conclude that the defendant was not deprived of his right to a fair trial by prosecutorial impropriety?"

KAHN, J., did not participate in the consideration of or decision on this petition.

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