Attorney charged in fatal Litchfield shooting


LITCHFIELD — A lawyer turned himself in Wednesday in connection with a deadly taking pictures exterior his law company very last June, in accordance to legislation enforcement sources.

Robert Fisher was billed with first-diploma manslaughter and released on $50,000 bond, resources confirmed to Hearst Connecticut Media.

Fisher’s attorney, William Conti, of the Law Places of work of Conti, Levy & Salerno, confirmed Wednesday that his consumer had turned himself in.

“This is a situation of ideal self-protection,” Conti explained to Hearst Connecticut Media.

Condition police were being identified as to the regulation organization, Cramer & Anderson, in Litchfield, around 5 p.m. June 7, 2021, for a disturbance with gunfire. There they discovered 39-year-previous Matthew Bromley, a former Torrington resident, shot in the head in the parking ton. He was later on pronounced useless, according to preceding stories.

The legislation agency put Fisher, a person of its senior associates, on leave following the capturing as point out law enforcement previously recognized him as the “subject of the investigation.”

Bromley’s family and Cramer & Anderson had been not straight away offered for remark Wednesday night.

Matthew Bromley, who lived in Virginia at the time, was browsing his mom even though she was under finish-of-existence hospice care, his sister, Ericka Bromley, reported in a past story. He was also on the lookout for career options to stay in the condition.

“It wasn’t honest to my brother to have his life taken from him,” Ericka Bromley reported in previous reports.


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