State v. Gallichio

In State v. Gallichio, 71 Conn. App. 179, 190, 800 A.2d 1261 (2002), the state did not present any evidence other than certified copies of the defendant's prior convictions. The Court, citing State v. Grady, 153 Conn. 26, 33, 211 A.2d 674 (1965), concluded that the trial court improperly had imposed the enhanced penalties of 14-227a (h) (3) on the defendant because "there was insufficient evidence for the court to have concluded beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant and the person named in the record of the conviction were one and the same." State v. Gallichio, supra, 71 Conn. App. 190.