Governor nominates four to the Superior Court

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – The Governor has nominated four individuals to fill vacancies on the Connecticut Superior Court. They are Alice Bruno of New Britain, John Farley of West Hartford, Gerald Harmon of Southington, and Edward Krumeich II of Greenwich.

Bruno is a 34 year member of the Bar and most recently has served as Special Counsel to the Secretary of State.

Farley is a partner in the firm of Halloran & Sage, LLP. He has handled litigation in the state, federal and appellate courts for more than 27 years

Harmon is the principle of the law offices of Gerald Harmon where he has practiced criminal defense in state and federal court and civil litigation for more than 15 years.

Krumeich is a 32 year member of the law firm of Ivey, Barnum and O’Mara. He has experience in commercial, construction real estate litigation in state and federal courts.

Governor Dannel Malloy says “The smart selections we make for the court today will help deliver a bright Connecticut tomorrow.”

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