The State Supreme Court will begin hearing the case of convicted Cheshire home invasion killer Joshua Komisarjevsky on Thursday.
It began as a way for the Cheshire community to try and heal after one of Connecticut’s most horrific crimes — a home invasion in 2007.
The Connecticut Supreme Court will hear arguments next month on whether a man convicted of killing three people should get a new trial in part because of taped police calls never provided to the defense.
He is one of the most infamous killers in Connecticut history, and the state is trying to stop him from getting a new trial.
It’s been 10 years since three members of the Petit family were killed in their suburban Connecticut home by two men who terrorized them for hours.
One of two men serving a life sentence in the killing of a woman and her two daughters inside their Connecticut home a decade ago is asking the state’s highest court for a new trial.
Connecticut prison officials say one of the men convicted in the brutal 2007 murder of a family in their Cheshire home has attempted suicide in prison.
2010 began with UConn Women's basketball team storming their way to a second straight title in April, but in June, a different kind of storm in Bridgeport.
A Connecticut man condemned to die for killing a woman and her two daughters during a 2007 home invasion has been resentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole because the state abolished the death penalty
Two former death-row inmates convicted of killing a mother and her two daughters during a 2007 Connecticut home invasion have been transferred to separate facilities in Pennsylvania.