House votes unanimously to confirm first Hispanic justice
The House of Representatives voted unanimously Wednesday to confirm Carmen Espinosas as the first Hispanic justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Espinosa, 63, is a former FBI agent, federal prosecutor and judge of the state’s two lower courts.
Espinosa would succeed Justice C. Ian McLachlan, who has reached the mandatory retirement age of 70. She currently serves on the Appellate Court.
Sign up for CT Mirror's free daily news summary.
Free to Read. Not Free to Produce.
The Connecticut Mirror is a nonprofit newsroom. 90% of our revenue comes from people like you. If you value our reporting please consider making a donation. You'll enjoy reading CT Mirror even more knowing you helped make it happen.YES, I'LL DONATE TODAY