B&I Lawyers Prevail in Federal Civil Rights Jury Trial

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B&I Lawyers Prevail in Federal Civil Rights Jury Trial


On November 2, 2017, following a two-day federal jury trial, associate Connor J.K. Beatty, supervised by litigation partner Daniel A. Nuzzi, obtained a unanimous plaintiff verdict in a federal civil rights case. In this case in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine, the jury found that the prison disciplinary captain and prison warden violated the prisoner’s due process rights in connection with a prison disciplinary proceeding. Although this was Connor’s first jury trial, he delivered the opening and closing arguments, and examined all of the witnesses. He is now one of 10 Brann & Isaacson lawyers who have tried a federal civil jury case. This marks the second successful federal civil rights jury verdict in the past several months for B&I litigators.

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  • Barry Wayers

    November 6, 2017 7:49 pm · Reply

    Congratulations to Connor, the newest trial lawyer in our extended family. Connor’s grandfather, Marty Kendrick, would be very proud of him.

    Barry Waters
    Murtha Cullina LLP
    New Haven, CT

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