Video shows aftermath of alleged sexual assault by von Keyserling – Greenwich Time

12/16/18 – Staff Reports GREENWICH — Surveillance footage published Sunday reportedly shows the moments after Christopher von Keyserling, a former member of the Representative Town Meeting, allegedly sexually assaulted a Read More …

Report: Meriden School Readiness Council violated FOI rules – Meriden Record Journal

12/14/18 – By Matthew Zabierek MERIDEN — A Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer concluded the city’s School Readiness Council violated state transparency laws dating back several years and recommended Read More …

Audio of Supreme Court Oral Arguments Available via Judicial Branch Website – Connecticut Judicial Department

12/14/18 The Supreme Court has made available on its website, free of charge, audio recordings of oral arguments: https://www.jud.ct.gov/supremecourt/Audio/OralArgumentsAudio.aspx The audio is available from the Court’s Second Term, which began on Read More …

Draft FOI decision says Meriden police should release internal affairs reports – Meriden Record-Journal

12/12/18 – By Mike Savino MERIDEN — The police department improperly withheld four internal affairs reports involving former Capt. Patrick Gaynor, according to a Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer. Read More …

Why the Courant Is Publishing Adam Lanza Documents – Hartford Courant

12/09/18 – Editorial The Courant today is revealing new information about what was in the heart and mind of the most heinous killer in the state’s history, Adam Lanza. In Read More …

ACLU challenges decision by FOI Commission on police shooting – New Britain Herald

12/08/18 – By Lisa Backus HARTFORD – The Connecticut American Civil Liberties Union and the parents of a man shot and killed by New Britain police last year are challenging Read More …

Connecticut Judiciary’s Struggle to Climb Out of the Dark Ages – Connecticut Law Tribune

12/07/18 – By Connecticut Editorial Board Between 2003 and 2006, Connecticut’s Judicial Branch was developing an increasingly dreadful public image, with revelations of an arcane “super-secret” file system, courtroom signs Read More …

Department of Education Ranked in Top 10 of FOIA Lawsuits – Campus Technology

12/06/18 – By Dian Schaffhauser A Freedom of Information Act project measuring the number of FOIA lawsuits filed against federal agencies has added the Department of Education to the top-10 list Read More …

Norwich school board seeks documents, meeting with NFA on sexual assault charges – The Day

12/05/18 – By Claire Bessette Norwich — The Board of Education on Wednesday sent a 10-point Freedom of Information Act request to Norwich Free Academy for extensive documentation pertaining to sexual assault Read More …

Will Lamont Help Conceal Misconduct as Malloy Did? – Journal Inquirer

12/03/18 – By Chris Powell Another scandal at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain is emphasizing the need not only for better management at the university but also for Read More …