State v. McCarthy

In State v. McCarthy, 63 Conn. App. 433, 437, 775 A.2d 1013, cert. denied, 258 Conn. 904, 782 A.2d 139 (2001), the Court recognized that as long as the court in its instruction properly identified as permissible the inference the jury could draw and clearly instructed as to the state's ultimate burden of proof, it was unimportant that the court's language in the instruction did not mirror the statutory language.