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The president of the Connecticut Bar Association remembers the 2020 Christmas day murder-suicide like it was yesterday.

That day, John Liquori, a solo divorce attorney in Suffield, Connecticut, who also dabbled in some criminal defense work, murdered his wife, Cindy, while she was asleep. Moments later, the 59-year-old lawyer took his own life.

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Michael A. Mora

Michael primarily covers litigation in South Florida for the Daily Business Review. You can contact him by email: [email protected]

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