YOu kidding! Some attorney's make handsome livings suing other attorneys. Many list themselves as legal malpractice attorneys. You should be able to find many in a city as large as yours--you can use avvo's 'find a lawyer' tab, or call your state bar association and request a referral.
The Prosecution has to prove each element of the charge.
If that sentence is confusing to you or does not appear to you to answer your question, then you need to consult with a local attorney BEFORE your trial.
Then he died intestate and the state will distribute his assets according to the state's laws of distribution. Surviving spouse MAY or MAY not take all or some depending on other factors (kids from first marriage, kids from any subsequent marriages).
You will need to see a CT attorney to get specific answers to your unique situation.