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Prosecutor Mark Brodsky of West Hartford, CT; ethical troll


The state of Connecticut provided Mark W. Brodsky with a law license in 1977 after he graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law.


The Criminal Justice Commission found Mark guilty of engaging in the following misconduct, all of which related to the reappointment hearing of State’s Attorney Gail Hardy.


In one matter, Mark found it acceptable to make the following comment during a June 26 hearing regarding Hartford state’s attorney Gail P. Hardy.


“Oh, come on liar.”


As a direct consequence of his misconduct in making the statement aforementioned, the Connecticut’s Chief Attorney Richard Colangelo reprimanded Mark and ordered that he forfeit two vacation days. In his letter of reprimand to Mark, Mr. Colangelo said in part:


“I am writing to inform you that you will forfeit two vacation days as a result of the Division’s investigation into misconduct that took place during the reappointment hearing of State’s Attorney Gail Hardy on June 26, 2020.”

“Your actions and public comments during the hearing” — conducted by the state’s Criminal Justice Commission via the Zoom video communications app — “not only reflected poorly on you but on the Division as well.”


As we speak (ca. August 2020), Mark continues to as a state’s attorney in West Hartford, Connecticut.



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