The little things show how she’s changed.

Connecticut Supreme Court Justice Maria Araujo Kahn no longer watches violent movies. It’s only comedies now, or “happy movies where everyone is treated nicely” for the jurist whose in-court responsibilities follow her far beyond the bench. Kahn once adjudicated a case involving cannibalism, and oversaw the trial of a defendant accused of possessing more than 100 videos of child pornography.

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