State v. Nival

In State v. Nival, 42 Conn. App. 307, 678 A.2d 1008 (1996), the state relied on the serious disfigurement element of the definition provided in 53a-3 (4). Id., at 309 n.4. "No bright line exists between physical injury and serious physical injury, and the trial court could not have determined as a matter of law that the jury could not reasonably find that the victim suffered serious physical injury." Id., at 309.