Judicial Misconduct Uncovered at the Hartford State’s Attorney’s Office under Gail P. Hardy

Gail Hardy

Gail P. Hardy, a former taxpayer-funded top prosecutor in Hartford, Connecticut has been caught in a scandal.

This has not been the first time and won’t be the last time you will hear about this disgusting former prosecutor who is really a career criminal in disguise as a public servant.

“In a decision that has gone unnoticed in the press, a Connecticut court last month reversed a kidnapping conviction finding that the prosecutor in the case, who is now the State’s Attorney for the Hartford Judicial District, hid the existence of a sentencing deal between the state and its chief witness, and permitted the witness to deny in open court that any such deal existed.”

Gail Hardy
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In 2005, Lucas Betancourt was tried and convicted of a kidnapping, burglary, and robbery in Waterbury.

Here is a prosecutor who, a court has found, knew she had made a deal to effectively reduce the sentence a co-conspirator had already been given, and listened silently to him disavow on the stand that he even intended to seek a modification, pointedly telling a jury that “You can’t raise a doubt,” about that witness’ testimony.

It is a remarkably brazen act of deception and prosecutorial misconduct.

Lucas Betancourt, whether he is guilty or not, has spent eleven years in prison as the result of his constitutional rights to a fair trial being violated by a prosecutor who has since been promoted to head a State’s Attorneys office. That is news worthy of reporting if the media has any intention of taking seriously its role as a check on the behavior of public officials.”

Written by Karla Lawrence

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