State v. Legrande

In State v. Legrande, 60 Conn. App. 408, 423 n.12, 759 A.2d 1027 (2000), the Court upheld the court's charge to the jury that "'the law is made to protect society and persons whose guilt has not been established beyond a reasonable doubt and not to protect those whose guilt has been so established.'" The Court concluded in Legrande that the defendant was not deprived of a fair trial by the challenged language.