The judge nominated to be the next chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court has at least on unfortunate eminent domain decision to her name, according to this article.
Not much can be discerned without knowing the specifics, though it should be noted that Connecticut's citizens might be a bit leery in general, as their state gave birth to what became the Kelo decision.
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