State v. Rivera (2001)

In State v. Rivera, 61 Conn. App. 763, 765 A.2d 1240, cert. denied, 256 Conn. 901, 772 A.2d 599 (2001), the Court concluded, however, that "a prosecutor may not express his own opinion, either directly or indirectly, as to the credibility of witnesses . . . . The prosecutor may, however, argue to the jury that the evidence and the reasonable inferences to be drawn therefrom should lead the jury to a conclusion as to the credibility of witnesses." Id., 775.