Connecticut State’s Attorney Jonathan C. Benedict leaned back in the chair in his Bridgeport office and fondly recalled some of the memorable moments of his 25-year legal career.

Nothing seemed to bother the silver-haired 53-year-old as he talked openly about putting murderers and rapists behind bars. Not the mess of papers on his desk. Not the constant phone calls. Not the person down the hall singing out of tune. Not even the prospect of prosecuting two high-profile murder cases at the same time.

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