State v. Tanzella

In State v. Tanzella, 226 Conn. 601, 607, 628 A.2d 973 (1993) the Court held that for purposes of Practice Book 624, now 36-18, because the subsections of the statute at issue in that case proscribed different methods by which the party could have committed the crime, the different subsections did not constitute "different crimes but simply different means of committing the same crime . . . ." 226 Conn. at 613.