State v. Palangio

CourtSupreme Court of Connecticut
Citation591 A.2d 813,218 Conn. 911
Decision Date02 May 1991
PartiesSTATE of Connecticut v. David A. PALANGIO.

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591 A.2d 813
218 Conn. 911
STATE of Connecticut
v.
David A. PALANGIO.
Supreme Court of Connecticut.
Decided May 2, 1991.

Thomas K. McDonough, Waterbury, in support of the petition.

Paul J. Ferencek, Asst. State's Atty., in opposition.

The defendant's petition for certification for appeal from the Appellate Court, 24 Conn.App. 300, 588 A.2d 644, is denied.

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9 practice notes
  • State v. Scruggs, No. 17587.
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Connecticut
    • September 5, 2006
    ...the scope of the statute. Id., at 778-79, 695 A.2d 525, citing State v. Palangio, 24 Conn.App. 300, 305, 588 A.2d 644, cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991); see also State v. Velez, 17 Conn.App. 186, 199, 551 A.2d 421 (1988), cert. denied, 210 Conn. 810, 556 A.2d 610, cert. deni......
  • State v. Thomas W., No. 29003.
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • June 30, 2009
    ...created situation that impaired victims' morals when he took numerous photographs of them in various stages of undress), cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991); State v. Manluccia, 2 Conn.App. 333, 478 A.2d 1035 (defendant took numerous photographs of nude child and paid child for......
  • In Re Shane P., No. AC
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • June 13, 2000
    ...children is a compelling, as well as legitimate, state interest." State v. Palangio, 24 Conn. App. 300, 304, 588 A.2d 644, cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991). "A democratic society rests, for its continuance, upon the healthy, well-rounded growth of young people into full matu......
  • State v. Payne, No. 15395
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Connecticut
    • May 6, 1997
    ...(1980); State v. Dennis, 150 Conn. 245, 250, 188 A.2d 65 (1963); State v. Palangio, 24 Conn.App. 300, 305, 588 A.2d 644, cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991). Section 53-21 does not define the term "health," and the legislative history of the statute does not provide any insight......
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9 cases
  • State v. Scruggs, No. 17587.
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Connecticut
    • September 5, 2006
    ...the scope of the statute. Id., at 778-79, 695 A.2d 525, citing State v. Palangio, 24 Conn.App. 300, 305, 588 A.2d 644, cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991); see also State v. Velez, 17 Conn.App. 186, 199, 551 A.2d 421 (1988), cert. denied, 210 Conn. 810, 556 A.2d 610, cert. deni......
  • State v. Thomas W., No. 29003.
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • June 30, 2009
    ...created situation that impaired victims' morals when he took numerous photographs of them in various stages of undress), cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991); State v. Manluccia, 2 Conn.App. 333, 478 A.2d 1035 (defendant took numerous photographs of nude child and paid child for......
  • In Re Shane P., No. AC
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • June 13, 2000
    ...children is a compelling, as well as legitimate, state interest." State v. Palangio, 24 Conn. App. 300, 304, 588 A.2d 644, cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991). "A democratic society rests, for its continuance, upon the healthy, well-rounded growth of young people into full matu......
  • State v. Payne, No. 15395
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Connecticut
    • May 6, 1997
    ...(1980); State v. Dennis, 150 Conn. 245, 250, 188 A.2d 65 (1963); State v. Palangio, 24 Conn.App. 300, 305, 588 A.2d 644, cert. denied, 218 Conn. 911, 591 A.2d 813 (1991). Section 53-21 does not define the term "health," and the legislative history of the statute does not provide any insight......
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