State v. Figueroa (1990)
In State v. Figueroa, 22 Conn. App. 73, 75, 576 A.2d 553, cert. denied, 215 Conn. 814, 576 A.2d 544 (1990), the trial court granted the Hartford Courant's motion to intervene and then granted its motion to vacate the court's order to seal the file.
An appeal was taken from that order and from the granting of the motion to intervene. The appeal from the granting of intervention was withdrawn and was not considered because the court concluded that it had no jurisdiction to hear the appeal at all. Thus, the Appellate Court did not review the granting of the motion to intervene.