State v. Valinski

In State v. Valinski, 53 Conn. App. 23, 28-29, 731 A.2d 311, cert. granted on other grounds, 249 Conn. 924, 733 A.2d 847 (1999), the Court held that as a matter of statutory construction: "the plain meaning of 14-215 conveys a clear intention to provide the state with the legal authority to prosecute any person who operates a motor vehicle outside the scope of the work permit while his or her license is under suspension." Id., 30-31.