A Review on Golding: Looking Back on 30 Years of Golding Review
Johanna Katz, an associate in the Litigation department at Pullman & Comley, will be co-hosting a webinar convening following the 30th anniversary of the release of arguably one of the most seminal cases in Connecticut appellate jurisprudence, State v. Golding, 213 Conn. 233 (1989). Criminal defendants frequently rely on this method of reviewing previously unpreserved constitutional claims on appeal.
Panelists will discuss topics including:
- The evolution of Golding review over the past 30 years, including the recent modification of the rule in In re Yasiel R. in 2015.
- Views of the effectiveness of Golding review in raising unpreserved constitutional challenges in the criminal context
- The proper use and most effective ways to utilize Golding review
For additional information and to register, please visit the CBA website.