August 8, 2013
"We were taught in law school that the justice system in the United States is based upon the adversarial system. We learned that the adversarial system is a two-sided structure wherein a judge or jury hears civil and criminal disputes, and parties are represented by counsel who can call witnesses and offer evidence by asking questions of the witnesses."
Read more as Attorney Arthur Rutkin deconstructs the family court system in Connecticut. See below: