WATERBURY — The attorney who ran Alex Jones’ defense in the Sandy Hook defamation trial in Texas testified in a disciplinary hearing Thursday that he was shocked to learn his office had leaked confidential medical records of grieving families that were protected by a court order.
“It was the worst day of my legal career,” said Andino Reynal, Jones’ lead attorney in Texas, testifying on Thursday in state Superior Court in Waterbury how he reacted when he found out during the Texas trial that medical records from a Sandy Hook defamation case in Connecticut had been sent by his office to the lawyers for two parents who won a defamation case against Jones in Texas. “I was surprised by it in court…and I immediately looked for a way to claw the information back.”
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