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Sec. 54-77.
Sec. 54-77a. Establishing venue and selecting jurors for the town of Plymouth.
Sec. 54-77b.
Sec. 54-78.
Sec. 54-79.
Secs. 54-80 to 54-81b. Public defenders. Assistant public defenders; office; assistance. Expenses. Appointment of special defender. Public defenders for Common Pleas Court. Representation of accused o
Sec. 54-82. Accused's election of trial by court or by jury. Number of jurors.
Sec. 54-82a. Test of insanity as defense.
Sec. 54-82b*. Right to trial by jury.
Sec. 54-82c. (Formerly Sec. 54-139). Prisoner's right to speedy trial on pending charges.
Sec. 54-82d. (Formerly Sec. 54-140). Dismissal of charges on failure to grant prisoner speedy trial.
Sec. 54-82e. (Formerly Sec. 54-141). Mentally ill person not covered.
Sec. 54-82f*. Voir dire examination.
Sec. 54-82g. (Formerly Sec. 51-242). Peremptory challenges in criminal prosecution.
Sec. 54-82h*. Alternate jurors in criminal cases. Peremptory challenges.
Sec. 54-82i. (Formerly Sec. 54-22). Attendance of witnesses in criminal proceedings.
Sec. 54-82j. (Formerly Sec. 54-23). Detention of witnesses. Warrant.
Sec. 54-82k. (Formerly Sec. 54-24). Recognizance; commitment; release; fees.
Sec. 54-82l. Rules re speedy trial to be adopted by judges of Superior Court effective July 1, 1983.
Sec. 54-82m. Rules re speedy trial to be adopted by judges of Superior Court effective July 1, 1985.
Secs. 54-82n to 54-82p.
Sec. 54-82q. Temporary restraining order prohibiting harassment of witness.
Sec. 54-82r. Protective order prohibiting harassment of witness.
Sec. 54-82s. The Leroy Brown, Jr. and Karen Clarke Witness Protection Program.
Sec. 54-82t. Protective services for witness at risk of harm.
Sec. 54-82u. Witness protection agreement.
Sec. 54-83. Testimony required in capital cases.
Sec. 54-84. Testimony or silence of accused.
Sec. 54-84a*. Privilege of spouse.
Sec. 54-85. Witness to testify with regard to bribery at elections.
Sec. 54-85a. Sequestering of witnesses in criminal prosecution.
Sec. 54-85b. Employment protection for witnesses and victims of crime. Penalty. Action for damages and reinstatement.
Sec. 54-85c. Representative of homicide victim entitled to be present at trial of defendant. Exclusion. Hearing.
Sec. 54-85d. Employer not to discharge employee who attends court as family member of or person designated by homicide victim.
Sec. 54-85e. Photograph of deceased victim shown to jury during opening and closing arguments.
Sec. 54-85f. Victim of violent crime or representative of deceased victim permitted to attend court proceedings.
Sec. 54-85g. Advisement to crime victims re constitutional rights by judge at arraignment.
Sec. 54-86. Depositions.
Sec. 54-86a. Certain evidence to be made available to defendant.
Sec. 54-86b. Right of accused to examine statements.
Sec. 54-86c. Disclosure of exculpatory information or material.
Sec. 54-86d. Disclosure of address and telephone number by victim of sexual assault not required.
Sec. 54-86e. Confidentiality of identifying information pertaining to victim of sexual assault. Availability of information to accused. Protective order information to be entered in registry.
Sec. 54-86f. Admissibility of evidence of sexual conduct.
Sec. 54-86g. Testimony of victim of child abuse. Court may order testimony taken outside courtroom. Procedure.
Sec. 54-86h. Competency of child as witness.
Sec. 54-86i. Testimony of expert witness re mental state or condition of defendant.
Sec. 54-86j. Polygraph examination of victims of sexual assault restricted.
Sec. 54-86k. Admissibility of results of DNA analysis.
Sec. 54-86l. Admissibility in criminal and juvenile proceedings of statement by child under thirteen relating to sexual offense or offense involving physical abuse against child.
Sec. 54-86m. Prohibition against reproducing evidence that constitutes child pornography.
Sec. 54-87. Demurrer.
Sec. 54-88. State to open and close arguments.
Sec. 54-89. Direction of court to jury.
Sec. 54-89a. Court to inform jury on consequences of a finding of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.
Secs. 54-90 and 54-90a.
Sec. 54-91. When sentence to be passed.
Sec. 54-91a. (Formerly Sec. 54-109). Presentence investigation of defendant.
Sec. 54-91b. (Formerly Sec. 54-109a). Defendant may request copy of prior record and presentence investigation report.
Sec. 54-91c. Testimony of victim or representative of deceased victim prior to acceptance of plea agreement and at sentencing hearing. Terms of proposed plea agreement. Notification by state's att
Sec. 54-91d. Referral of persons to youth service bureaus.
Sec. 54-91e. Notification of victim through automated system prior to acceptance of plea agreement.
Sec. 54-92. Pronouncement of sentence.
Sec. 54-92a. (Formerly Sec. 54-120). Commitment to custody of Commissioner of Correction.
Sec. 54-92b. (Formerly Sec. 54-122). Discharge from community correctional center when held for nonpayment of fine.
Sec. 54-92c. (Formerly Sec. 17-381). Women attendants.
Sec. 54-93. Clerks to notify warden of Connecticut Correctional Institution, Somers, of sentences.
Sec. 54-93a. Court order to correct public record containing false information as a result of identity theft.
Sec. 54-94. Sentence of persons between sixteen and seventeen.
Sec. 54-94a. Conditional nolo contendere plea. Appeal of denial of motion to suppress or dismiss.
Sec. 54-95. Appeal by defendant in criminal prosecution; stay of execution.
Sec. 54-95a. (Formerly Sec. 54-17). Jurisdiction of Superior Court.
Sec. 54-95b. Reopening judgment in certain motor vehicle and criminal cases.
Sec. 54-96. Appeals by the state from Superior Court in criminal cases.
Sec. 54-96a. (Formerly Sec. 54-13). Appeal vacated by payment of fine.
Sec. 54-96b. (Formerly Sec. 54-14). Withdrawal of appeal of person committed to community correctional center.
Sec. 54-97. Mittimus required for commitment to correctional facility.
Sec. 54-98. Execution of mittimus for commitment to Connecticut Correctional Institution, Somers.
Sec. 54-99. Period within which death penalty inflicted.
Sec. 54-100. Method of inflicting death penalty. Attendance at execution.
Sec. 54-100a. Committee on news media access to executions. Selection of news media witnesses.
Sec. 54-101. Disposition of person becoming insane after death sentence.
Sec. 54-102. Burial or disposal of body of executed criminal.
Sec. 54-102a. (Formerly Sec. 53a-90). Venereal examination and HIV testing of persons charged with certain sexual offenses.
Sec. 54-102b. HIV testing of persons convicted of certain sexual offenses.
Sec. 54-102c. HIV information and test results provided to victim.
Secs. 54-102d to 54-102f.
Sec. 54-102g. Blood or other biological sample required from certain offenders for DNA analysis.
Sec. 54-102h. Procedure for collection of blood or other biological sample for DNA analysis.
Sec. 54-102i. Procedure for conducting DNA analysis of blood or other biological sample.
Sec. 54-102j. Dissemination of information in DNA data bank.
Sec. 54-102k. Unauthorized dissemination or use of DNA data bank information. Obtaining blood sample without authority. Penalties.
Sec. 54-102l. Expungement of DNA data bank records upon reversal and dismissal of conviction.
Sec. 54-102m. DNA Data Bank Oversight Panel.
Secs. 54-102n to 54-102q.
Sec. 54-102r. Registration of persons convicted of sexual assault upon release from correctional facility or completion or termination of probation.
Sec. 54-102s.
Secs. 54-102t to 54-102z.
Sec. 54-102aa. Tuberculosis testing: Definitions. Requirements.
Sec. 54-102bb. Procedures for evaluation of tuberculosis infection.
Sec. 54-102cc. Tuberculosis infection control committee.
Sec. 54-102dd. Inmates with infectious tuberculosis required to be isolated. Persons exposed encouraged to be tested.
Sec. 54-102ee. Department contract option for testing of tuberculosis.
Secs. 54-102ff to 54-102ii.
Sec. 54-102jj. Preservation of biological evidence.
Sec. 54-102kk. DNA testing of biological evidence.
Secs. 54-102ll to 54-102oo.
Sec. 54-102pp. Review of wrongful convictions.
Secs. 54-102qq to 54-102tt.
Sec. 54-102uu. Compensation for wrongful incarceration.
Sec. 54-103. Commission on Adult Probation.
Sec. 54-103a. Office of Adult Probation.
Sec. 54-103b. Services for probation referrals. Duties of Court Support Services Division. Contractual services and alternative incarceration program.
Sec. 54-104. Appointment of Director of Probation and probation officers. Qualifying examinations.
Sec. 54-105. Duties of executive director of Court Support Services Division re probation. Intensive probation program. Community service program. Caseload limitation.
Sec. 54-105a. Funds for the probation transition program and technical violation units.
Secs. 54-106 and 54-107. General Assembly to provide for expenses; central office; quarters. Appointment of probation officers.
Sec. 54-108. Duties of probation officers.
Sec. 54-108a. Supervision of probationers.
Sec. 54-108b. Risk assessment and monitoring standards developed by Chief Court Administrator.
Sec. 54-108c. Availability of information on outstanding arrest warrants for probation violations.
Secs. 54-109 and 54-109a.
Secs. 54-110 to 54-119. Report on person with prior conviction. Restitution investigation and report. Information to be included in report. Appointment of restitution specialists and other personnel.
Sec. 54-120.
Sec. 54-121. Indeterminate sentence.
Sec. 54-122.
Sec. 54-123. Transportation of prisoner discharged from jail.
Sec. 54-123a. Judicial Department duties re alternative sanctions and incarceration programs.
Secs. 54-123b and 54-123c. Advisory committee concerning adult offenders. Advisory committee concerning juvenile offenders.
Sec. 54-123d. Establishment of alternative incarceration center providing mental health services.
Sec. 54-124. Board of Parole. Appointment and duties of executive secretary.
Sec. 54-124a. Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Sec. 54-124b. Caseload of parole officers.
Sec. 54-124c. Responsibility of the Department of Correction for supervision of persons released from confinement.
Sec. 54-124d. Criminal history records check of Board of Parole personnel.
Sec. 54-124e. Board of Pardons and Paroles as successor department to Board of Pardons and Board of Parole.
Sec. 54-125. Parole of prisoner serving indeterminate sentence.
Sec. 54-125a. Parole of inmate serving sentence of more than two years. Eligibility. Hearing to determine suitability for parole release of certain inmates.
Sec. 54-125b. Parole of prisoner after administrative review without a hearing.
Sec. 54-125c. Sexual offender treatment as precondition for parole hearing.
Sec. 54-125d. Deportation parole of aliens.
Sec. 54-125e. Special parole. Conditions. Duration. Violation. Hearing. Disposition.
Sec. 54-125f. Pilot zero-tolerance drug supervision program.
Sec. 54-125g. Parole of prisoner nearing end of maximum sentence.
Sec. 54-125h. Transfer of prisoner granted parole and nearing parole release date.
Sec. 54-126. Rules and regulations concerning parole. Enforcement.
Sec. 54-126a. Testimony of crime victim at parole hearing.
Sec. 54-127. Rearrest.
Sec. 54-127a. Parole revocation and rescission hearings.
Sec. 54-128. Period of confinement in correctional institution after parole violation.
Sec. 54-129. Discharge of paroled prisoner.
Sec. 54-130. State Prison for Women not covered.
Sec. 54-130a. (Formerly Sec. 18-26). Jurisdiction and authority to grant commutations of punishment, releases and pardons.
Sec. 54-130b. (Formerly Sec. 18-26a). Commutation of punishment and deportation of inmates who are aliens.
Sec. 54-130c. (Formerly Sec. 18-30). Information about prisoner.
Sec. 54-130d. (Formerly Sec. 18-27a). Testimony of crime victim at session of board. Notification of Office of Victim Services of board's action.
Sec. 54-130e. Provisional pardons.
Sec. 54-131. Employment of paroled or discharged prisoners. Interviews.
Sec. 54-131a. Release of inmate on medical parole.
Sec. 54-131b. Eligibility for medical parole.
Sec. 54-131c. Medical diagnosis.
Sec. 54-131d. Conditions of release on medical parole.
Sec. 54-131e. Requests for medical diagnosis.
Sec. 54-131f. Special panel. Emergency review.
Sec. 54-131g. Effect on parole or other release.
Secs. 54-131h to 54-131j.
Sec. 54-131k. Compassionate parole release.
Sec. 54-132. Definitions.
Sec. 54-133. Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision.
Secs. 54-134 to 54-138b. Designation of "Compact Institutions". Transfers to other correctional institutions. Incarceration in receiving state not to affect rights in sending state. Reimburs
Secs. 54-139 to 54-141.
Sec. 54-142. Destruction of notes received for unpaid fines.