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033110bysiewicz

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This is the first of three parts of a transcript of a deposition Conn. Sec. of the State Susan Bysiewicz gave to Republican lawyers as part of her lawsuit to determine if she is qualified to run for attorney general.
This is the first of three parts of a transcript of a deposition Conn. Sec. of the State Susan Bysiewicz gave to Republican lawyers as part of her lawsuit to determine if she is qualified to run for attorney general.

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Published by: Helen Bennett on Apr 06, 2010
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8 question I read earlier?

9 MR. GERSTEN: You know, maybe I can

10 rephrase.

11 BY MR. GERSTEN:

12 Q Ma'am, is it your position that the meaning

13 of the words at the bar of this state as used in the

14 Connecticut statute means admitted to practice?

15 A Yes.

16 Q Does it mean anything else as far as you

17 know?

18 A You mean at the bar of this state?

19 Q Yes, ma'am, as used in this statute. And if

20 I'm not being clear I'm talking about the Connecticut

21 General Statute which defines how a person is eligible

22 to run for the office you seek. And in the context of

23 that statute, what I'm asking you is the meaning of the

24 words at the bar of this state and you've indicated,

25 that just means admitted to practice?

Brandon Smith Reporting

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