As the Connecticut Supreme Court explained in the 2006 case of State v. George, "a nonconstitutional error is harmless when an appellate court has a fair assurance that the error did not substantially affect the verdict."
Trujillo v. Chekas
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 31, 2012
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