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Alex Jones' CT attorneys call for removal of judge in Sandy Hook case for appearance of 'impropriety'

Alex Jones' CT attorneys call for removal of judge in Sandy Hook case for appearance of 'impropriety'

- New Haven Register
High-profile New Haven attorney Norm Pattis and another lawyer defending extremist Alex Jones against defamation lawsuits from Sandy Hook families want the Connecticut judge removed from the case for “the appearance of judicial impropriety.”
“The evolution of the case, including a threat made against Judge Bellis by an unknown third-party that the plaintiffs somehow attribute to defendants, and the series of subsequent comments and rulings, would lead a reasonable person...

Norm Pattis as defense lawyer for Qinxuan Pan: 'How could you not take this case?'

Norm Pattis as defense lawyer for Qinxuan Pan: 'How could you not take this case?'

- New Haven Register
Qinxuan Pan, accused of the slaying of Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang, now is being represented in the criminal case by attorney Norm Pattis, known for his representation of high-profile defendants including Fotis Dulos and Alex Jones.
During a Tuesday court appearance in the case, Pattis said he had received evidence through the discovery process, including a list of items collected in connection with the matter.
Pattis received permission from Judge Gerald Harmon to share the...

Alex Jones' attorney is trying to subpoena Hillary Clinton in Connecticut court in Sandy Hook defamation case

Alex Jones' attorney is trying to subpoena Hillary Clinton in Connecticut court in Sandy Hook defamation case

- New Haven Register
Alex Jones, an extremist who has previously promoted hoaxes on his Texas-based internet broadcast, has asked a Connecticut judge to subpoena Hillary Clinton, claiming she is behind a group of Sandy Hook families suing him for defamation.
Norm Pattis, one of Jones’ attorneys, said Clinton wanted revenge for Jones’ “vitriolic criticism” of her on his Infowars program.
“The defendants in this case believe that this suit was filed six years after the...

Norm Pattis enters case of Roger Stone jurors

Norm Pattis enters case of Roger Stone jurors

- New Haven Register
Connecticut attorney Norm Pattis is now involved in the Roger Stone case.
According to The National Law Journal, Pattis, of The Pattis & Smith Law Firm, is now representing Mike Cernovich, who last week filed a motion seeking the juror voir dire identification number of the the Roger Stone jury’s forewoman and jury questionnaires in the case.
Over the years, Pattis has represented clients in high-profile cases, including Fotis Dulos, who was charged in the murder of...

Judge threatens $12M bond after items taken from Jennifer Dulos memorial

Judge threatens $12M bond after items taken from Jennifer Dulos memorial

- New Haven Register
Norm Pattis said his client was already “on the edge financially” and a judge’s ruling on Thursday could push Fotis Dulos to the brink.
Judge Gary White ordered Fotis Dulos to be on strict home confinement after he removed items from a memorial for his estranged wife who he is accused of killing.
The ruling will prevent Fotis Dulos from leaving his Farmington home for work. He has been on house arrest since being released this month on $6 million bond on charges of...

Quinnipiac law student sues Facebook after site removes his posts naming whistleblower

Quinnipiac law student sues Facebook after site removes his posts naming whistleblower

- New Haven Register
A Quinnipiac University law student claimed his First Amendment rights were violated when Facebook removed posts where he named the whistleblower at the heart of the impeachment hearings.
A lawsuit filed in New Haven on Tuesday by Cameron L. Atkinson, a third-year law student, cites two Facebook posts by Atkinson from Monday that were removed from the social media site.
Atkinson said he learned Facebook was allegedly blocking posts mentioning the name of the CIA officer who filed a...

Norm Pattis: How Sen. Blumenthal uses Alex Jones to silence debate

Norm Pattis: How Sen. Blumenthal uses Alex Jones to silence debate

- New Haven Register
There was an air of exasperated despair in U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s approach to Google executives in this week’s Senate hearings. Why can’t you erase Alex Jones from search engines? “You can’t unleash the monster and say it’s too big to control,” Blumenthal said.
Google’s Vice President for Government Affairs and Public Policy, Karan Bhatia, then told the senator the tech giant was doing everything it could to remove all content from...

Norm Pattis explains how he defends Fotis Dulos and Alex Jones

Norm Pattis explains how he defends Fotis Dulos and Alex Jones

- New Haven Register
How do you represent those people?
The question is common enough for criminal defense lawyers. In the past few weeks, I’ve received variants of the question scores of times. You see, I represent Fotis Dulos, a man suspected in the disappearance of his estranged wife, and the mother of his five children, Jennifer Dulos.
As if that weren’t bad enough, I also represent Alex Jones, the owner of Infowars, a man sued for denying, years ago, that that Sandy Hook Elementary...

Norm Pattis: Michelle Troconis not in New Canaan day Jennifer Dulos went missing

Norm Pattis: Michelle Troconis not in New Canaan day Jennifer Dulos went missing

- New Haven Register
While authorities have been speaking with one of the defendants in the Jennifer Dulos case, they may not be any closer to finding the mother of five.
Her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis are expected to plead not guilty Tuesday when they appear in state Superior Court in Stamford.
They have been charged with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution in the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos, who was last seen around 8 a.m. May 24 dropping off her...

Suspended Yale student won’t face charges in D.C., wants reinstatement

Suspended Yale student won’t face charges in D.C., wants reinstatement

- New Haven Register
Police in Washington, D.C., have closed their investigation into an allegation that suspended Yale student Saifullah Khan sexually assaulted two people, and authorities will not pursue charges against him, Khan’s attorney said Wednesday.
After receiving the news, Khan quickly wrote a letter to Yale College Dean Marvin Chun, asking him to lift the “emergency suspension” the university imposed against him when the allegations were published in the Yale Daily...

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