The state will waive its right to recover debts incurred by Laboy’s incarceration.
State settles lawsuit with woman who delivered her baby in a prison toilet
The state attorney general’s office refused Tuesday to disclose the amount of the settlement it reached with Tianna Laboy.
Systemic understaffing, mental illness stigma played role in prison birth, lawsuit alleges
Supporters gather to demand Attorney General William Tong address wrongs done to York Correctional Inmate Tianna Laboy.
State officials mum on reforms at York following prison birth report
The Department of Correction and the governor’s office won’t say whether the state has implemented reforms in the wake of a 19-year-old giving birth in her prison cell.
DOC medical staff erred in treatment of pregnant inmate, internal probe says
An internal investigation found medical staff’s conduct and lack of training resulted in a baby being born in a prison cell toilet.
Advocates decry inquiry in prison birth case
The request for admissions, a standard filing in a federal court case, asks the 19-year-old who gave birth in her prison cell a series of combative and peculiar questions.
State investigation into prison birth drags into 17th month
The Department of Correction refused to release a report from the investigation, and denied a CT Mirror request for video footage of the birth.