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Inhaltsangabe: Controversial Court Cases in Connecticut, Part I explores six of the most talked about court cases in Connecticut history. Beginning with the seventeenth century Connecticut witch trials, which occurred 45 years before the infamous Salem, MA, witch trials, and ending with the ongoing Sheff v. O Neill school desegregation case, Controversial Court Cases in Connecticut, Part I delves into the heart of each case with well-documented, thorough research. Each chapter reveals fascinating information about the cases, which also include the Amistad trial, a turning point for the abolitionist movement in America; the trial of Prudence Crandall, a nineteenth century schoolteacher who created Connecticut s first school for African-American girls; the trial of the New Haven Nine, the Black Panther murder trial which brought national attention to Connecticut and created a firestorm of debate; and the landmark Griswold v. Connecticut case, which became the foundation for Roe v. Wade. History buffs and legal professionals alike will be enthralled by this intriguing volume as it investigates the controversy surrounding these six cases and their outcomes. The book includes appendices of actual court rulings and an extensive bibliography.
Über den Autor: Regina Forker, an honor student at the University of Connecticut School of Law, has worked as a summer associate with Brown Paindiris & Scott LLP in Glastonbury, CT, and Updike Kelly & Spellacy PC in Hartford, CT. In 2007, she was accepted into the University of Connecticut s Intellectual Property Certificate Program and recently addressed a conference of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. She is in her second semester as student associate with the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic at the law school, counseling small business clients.
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