Orsi v. Orsi
In Orsi v. Orsi, 125 Conn. 66, 69-70, 3 A.2d 306 (1938), the court stated:
"The maxim that he who comes into equity must do so with clean hands only applies to the particular transaction under consideration, for the court will not go outside the case for the purpose of examining the conduct of the complainant in other matters or question his general character for fair dealing. The wrong must be done to the defendant himself and must be in regard to the matter in litigation." Id.