It all started with a note quietly passed from one judge to another.

In the august courtroom of the Connecticut Supreme Court on the morning of April 10, then-Associate Justice David M. Borden was presiding over oral argument. Seated next to him was Associate Justice Richard N. Palmer. Sometime during the morning, Palmer slipped a piece of paper to his neighbor, setting in motion what may be the greatest scandal ever to rock the state’s high court.

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