The function of the Appellate Court, as it explained in the 2000 decision in Hopfer v. Hopfer, "is not to retry the facts of the case, substitute [its] judgment for that of the trial court, or articulate or clarify the trial court's decision."
Foley v. Foley
Connecticut Appellate Court
February 4, 2013
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