Judge Dismisses Case Against Nappier

A state court judge has dismissed the motor vehicle case against State Treasurer Denise Nappier.

Nappier was stopped in her state car by Hartford police on Sept. 1 in the city’s North End.  When police ran her plates, they appeared to be unregistered.  But prosecutors said that the car was in fact properly registered and insured — and that any paperwork errors were not Nappier’s responsibility.

Nappier didn’t appear in Hartford Superior Court Wednesday morning.  She was represented by John Rose, one-time city attorney to former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez.  Rose called the entire affair “a very sad situation.”


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One response to “Judge Dismisses Case Against Nappier

  1. Vito

    Yes, Mr. Rose, it is “a very sad situation” that a well paid elected official is using a state car for personal use AND chauferring around a friend while she is at it…

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