State v. Blasius
In State v. Blasius, 211 Conn. 455, 559 A.2d 1116 (1989), the state charged the defendant with sexual abuse that it alleged occurred over approximately a six month period.
The Court held that the state did not breach its duty to inform the defendant of the nature of the charges against him because the state did not know to a "reasonable certainty that the offenses were committed within a narrower time frame than that provided in the information . . . ." 211 Conn. at 461.