Cotto v. United Techs. Corp., Sikorsky Aircraft Div
In Cotto v. United Techs. Corp., Sikorsky Aircraft Div., 48 Conn. App. 618, 711 A.2d 1180 (1998), aff'd, 251 Conn. 1, 738 A.2d 623 (1999), the Court stated that "a state may adopt, in its own constitution, individual liberties more expansive than those conferred by the federal constitution and a state statute or regulation is, for that purpose, in the same category as a state constitution." Cotto, 48 Conn. App. 618 at 626.