Practice Book §15-5(a) not only establishes the ordinary procedure for the trial of civil cases, including the right of a civil defendant to present a single oral argument between the opening and final closing arguments of an opponent; it also confirms the power of the court to depart from that procedure "for cause."
Pan Handle Realty, LLC v. Olins
Connecticut Appellate Court
February 18, 2013
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