Courant wins top New England FOI award for winning release of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza’s records – Hartford Courant

02/01/19 – By John Ferraro

The Hartford Courant has been awarded a top Freedom of Information award for its successful five-year legal battle to win release of documents seized from the home of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza’s home. (Read More)

Audio of Supreme Court Oral Arguments Available via Judicial Branch Website – Connecticut Judicial Department

The Supreme Court has made available on its website, free of charge, audio recordings of oral arguments:
The audio is available from the Court’s Second Term, which began on Oct. 9, 2018.

Audio recordings are typically available on the website the same day as the oral argument, and are available for all matters in which there is a presumption of coverage by cameras and electronic media, pursuant to Section 70-9 of the Connecticut Practice Book.

State Will Not Appeal Supreme Court Ruling Ordering Release Of Sandy Hook Shooter Adam Lanza’s Records – The Hartford Courant

10/30/18 – By Dave Altimari

State officials said Tuesday that they will not appeal the recent Supreme Courtdecision ordering the public release of documents and journals belonging to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza. (Read More)

Sandy Hook shooter’s writings and belongings must be released to public, court rules – CBS News

10/23/18 – The Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn. — Police must release disturbing writings and other belongings of the Newtown school shooter to the public because they are not exempt from the state’s open record laws, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. (Read More)