Questions about office tensions were addressed before Richard Colangelo was reappointed as Connecticut’s chief state’s attorney on Tuesday.
Should those confined to prison for the rest of their lives be held on “special circumstances,” or is incarceration enough?
Clyde Meikle is a “poster boy candidate” for release from prison. If he can’t get a sentence modification, who can?
It’s not clear what happens next.
Advocates view the selection of a new chief state’s attorney as a chance to further Connecticut’s criminal justice reforms and reduce the system’s racial disparities.