A Bridgeport-based attorney with a history of sanctions by the court has been suspended by a Superior Court judge from practicing law for 120 days for using profanity in court, lecturing opposing counsel and the court and allegedly making up testimony on which she relied.

In his 20-page Sept. 20 ruling against Madonna Sacco, Hartford Superior Court Judge Thomas Moukawsher, who oversees the complex litigation docket, admonished Sacco for what he said was her consistent disruptions of court proceedings.


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