More than eight in ten Connecticut voters agree, and it is 100 percent true, that a person’s record of arrest or conviction alone does not tell you whether they will be good employees or tenants.
The four finalists for Connecticut’s Chief State’s Attorney answered Smart Justice’s questions about their policy positions. Here is what they said about police accountability.
Connecticut’s next Chief State’s Attorney could be one of these people. Here’s how they responded to Smart Justice questions about their views on racial justice and decarceration.