Chief U.S. District Court Judge Alfred V. Covello needed only four paragraphs to explain his decision to deny TV newsman Armond “Al” Terzi’s motion for attorneys’ fees in the Janet Peckinpaugh sex discrimination case.

Covello, in a written opinion filed with U.S. District Court in Hartford, ruled last month that Terzi’s motion was not filed within 30 days of the date of judgment as mandated by federal practice rules.

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