Evans v. Commissioner of Correction
In Evans v. Commissioner of Correction, 37 Conn. App. 672, 676-77 n.6, 657 A.2d 1115, cert. denied, 234 Conn. 912, 660 A.2d 354 (1995), the Court cautioned a litigant, who questioned whether a habeas judge had read certain materials, against even the inadvertent casting of aspersions on the habeas court. Even though counsel in Evans stated at oral argument that she did not intend to challenge the integrity of the court, we stated that"
"we caution counsel against making statements not intended to question the court's integrity but that might be construed in that manner." Id.