A CT jury unanimously decided Alex Jones must pay millions to Sandy Hook families for his lies about the 2012 elementary school shooting.
Jaden is CT Mirror's justice reporter. He was previously a summer reporting fellow at The Texas Tribune and interned at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies. He received a bachelor's degree in electronic media from Texas State University and a master's degree in investigative journalism from the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University.
Report shows where prison gerrymandering in CT hurt the most
A new report shows how CT’s biggest cities were hurt by a decades-old practice that considered incarcerated people residents of prison towns.
CT’s first Black chief public defender embraces work ahead
TaShun Bowden-Lewis, who’s wanted to work in public defense since she was a child, has spent her career fighting for clients in Connecticut.
Radenka Maric named UConn president
Radenka Maric, who has served as UConn’s interim president since February, was named the university’s 17th president on Wednesday.
Randy Cox sues police, city of New Haven for $100 million
Randy Cox, the Black man paralyzed after being injured in a police van, is suing five officers and the city of New Haven for $100 million.
Attorneys for Randy Cox, paralyzed in New Haven police van, plan federal lawsuit
Supporters of Randy Cox, a Black man paralyzed after being hurled around a New Haven police van, announced the planned lawsuit at city hall.