Circumcision Case Decided in Connecticut in Favor of Defendants

A legal case relating to harm from a circumcision performed with a Mogen clamp was recently decided, unfavorably to the plaintiff who underwent the circumcision, in Connecticut, though the main thrust of the case was a procedural issue rather than anything relating to the substantive claim and harm. Although the decision was handed down July 18, 2017, the holding was not released until July 25, 2017. The court held that the plaintiff's case was not prejudiced by the showing of a video of a different circumcision using a Mogen clamp.



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