2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 46b-147. (Formerly Sec. 51-328). Proceedings inadmissible as evidence in criminal proceedings.

      Sec. 46b-147. (Formerly Sec. 51-328). Proceedings inadmissible as evidence in criminal proceedings. The disposition of any child under the provisions of this chapter, evidence given in such cases, except evidence of crime which, if committed by a person of sufficient age, would be punishable by imprisonment in the Connecticut Correctional Institution, Somers, and all orders therein, shall be inadmissible as evidence in any criminal proceedings against such child.

      (1949 Rev., S. 2818.)

      History: Sec. 17-73 temporarily renumbered as Sec. 51-328 and ultimately transferred to Sec. 46b-147 in 1979, see note to Sec. 17-78.

      Annotation to former section 17-73:

      Cited. 115 C. 592.

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