Butler, Norris & Gold in the News

M. H. "Reese" Norris pleased with outcome; "I had a marvelous jury and I think they made the only decision that could have been made with all the evidence that came out of the trial."
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M. Hatcher "Reese" Norris has been named to the Connecticut Super Lawyers' 2011 list, as compiled by Super Lawyers Magazine, for the fifth straight year.
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Norris represents Dyann B. Chepulis, the widow of pipefitter Peter Chepulis of Thomaston, who was killed in the blast. He also represents three other injured plaintiffs.
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Norris, along with experts, including forensic scientist Henry Lee, studied evidence stored by Middletown police at a warehouse.
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Attorney M. H. "Reese" Norris, representing the wife of a worker who was killed, seeks to have own experts look over evidence in advance of potentially filing a civil suit against companies responsible for the plant’s construction.
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M.H. "Reese" Norris, an attorney with the Hartford firm Butler, Norris & Gold, filed for a bill of discovery in Middletown Superior Court Monday.
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Under cross-examination from attorney M. Hatcher "Reese" Norris, Nancy Tauck acknowledged that she had never given her husband’s computer password to anyone else.
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