State v. Spigarolo
In State v. Spigarolo, 210 Conn. 359, 363, 556 A.2d 112, cert. denied, 493 U.S. 933, 110 S. Ct. 322, 107 L. Ed. 2d 312 (1989), the information alleged that the defendant committed the crimes of sexual assault and risk of injury to a child between October, 1984, and January 3, 1985.
The Court noted that "it would have been virtually impossible to provide the many specific dates upon which the acts constituting the offenses occurred. . . . The reluctance of the court to force the state to furnish the exact dates of the many continuing acts of the defendant during the . . . Period covered by the information and which were claimed, in toto, to have constituted the charged offenses was shown to be clearly reasonable by the testimony of the trial." 210 Conn. at 386-87.