NEWTOWN — A judge will decide Wednesday whether to judge-gravely-concerned-Alex-Jones-17365178.php”>punish one of Connecticut’s highest-profile defense attorneys over allegations that he shared with other lawyers protected medical records of grieving Sandy Hook families who won a defamation case against Alex Jones.
Norm Pattis, a New Haven attorney who is running Jones’ defense in Connecticut, got into trouble this month when state Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis learned about the possible confidentiality breach from news reports out of the explosive second week of Jones’ trial in Texas, where a jury ordered Jones to pay two Sandy Hook parents $49 million in defamation damages.
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