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Has anyone ever successfully sued themselves?

Answer:

No, but Connecticut's Secretary of State, Susan Bysiewicz, is currently a plaintiff in a lawsuit against her own office, meaning she is suing herself. A decision on the case has yet to be reached.

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Susan Bysiewicz (born 1961) served as Secretary of the State of Connecticut from 1999 to 2011. She was briefly a candidate for Governor of Connecticut in 2010, before dropping out to run for Connecticut Attorney General. She was disqualified from running for the office by the Connecticut Supreme Court and announced in 2011 that she was running for the U.S. Senate to replace the retiring Joe Lieberman.

Bysiewicz was raised on a farm in Middletown, Connecticut. She is a Catholic of Polish and Greek descent. She graduated from Yale University and Duke University School of Law. While pursuing her law degree, she wrote Ella: A Biography of Governor Ella Grasso. Bysiewicz practiced law in New York City, and then in Hartford.

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In many countries, a Secretary of State is a mid-level post. It is usually a politically appointed position, although in some countries, such as Germany and Sweden, it can be filled by a member of the executive bureaucracy (civil service) as a political appointment. In the Holy See, there is one Secretary of State, who coordinates all the departments of the Roman Curia (that is, equivalent to a Prime Minister). In the United Kingdom a Secretary of State is a member of the Cabinet appointed by the Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister (that is, equivalent to a Minister). In the Federal Government of the United States of America, there is one Secretary of State, the most senior political appointee responsible for foreign policy (that is, equivalent to a Foreign Minister).

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Susan Bysiewicz (born 1961) served as Secretary of the State of Connecticut from 1999 to 2011. She was briefly a candidate for Governor of Connecticut in 2010, before dropping out to run for Connecticut Attorney General. She was disqualified from running for the office by the Connecticut Supreme Court and announced in 2011 that she was running for the U.S. Senate to replace the retiring Joe Lieberman.

Bysiewicz was raised on a farm in Middletown, Connecticut. She is a Catholic of Polish and Greek descent. She graduated from Yale University and Duke University School of Law. While pursuing her law degree, she wrote Ella: A Biography of Governor Ella Grasso. Bysiewicz practiced law in New York City, and then in Hartford.

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