In a last blast on the eve of his Connecticut Supreme Court departure, Justice Robert I. Berdon exposes unwritten voting practices that he says curb the chief justice’s autonomy and dilute individual justices’ effectiveness.
He urges the Legislature to investigate how power is wielded — and possibly abused — in the state’s high court.
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