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  • Minority Lawmakers and Senate Leaders Join In Push for Body Cameras, Police Use-of-Force Bill

    Minority Lawmakers and Senate Leaders Join In Push for Body Cameras, Police Use-of-Force Bill
    HARTFORD – The legislature's Black and Puerto Rican Caucus joined with the two top Senate leaders Thursday to identify a key priority for the remaining days of the General Assembly session, the passage of major legislation requiring police body cameras, outside prosecutors for police use-of-force death probes, and additional anti-bias police training.
  • Senate OKs Bill Limiting Police Access To Cellphone Records

    Senate OKs Bill Limiting Police Access To Cellphone Records
    HARTFORD — Law enforcement officials would have to meet a higher legal standard before obtaining a person's cellphone and Internet records under a bill that cleared the Senate on Thursday. Currently, police seeking to access an individual's...

    Police Would Have to Meet a Higher Standard for Cell Phone Surveillance Under Bill That Cleared Connecticut Senate

    Law enforcement officials would have to meet a higher legal standard before obtaining a person’s cell phone and internet records, under a bill that cleared the state Senate Thursday. Currently, police seeking to access an individual’s cell...

    On Third Try, Youth Parole Bill Clears the State Senate

    On Third Try, Youth Parole Bill Clears the State Senate
    After two failed attempts, a criminal justice bill that would give juveniles serving lengthy prison terms the chance for parole cleared the state Senate Monday. The measure, which passed on a bipartisan vote of 31-5, now heads to the House of...

    Legislators Hoping To Revive Some Failed Judiciary Bills

    Legislators Hoping To Revive Some Failed Judiciary Bills
    HARTFORD — Top legislators are working to resurrect many of the 45 bills that died in the judiciary committee this week, the casualty of an email squabble between two legislators that brought the committee's work to an abrupt halt. Democrats,...