Connecticut General Statutes Title 52. Civil Actions § 52-554. Recovery of money lost in gaming

Any person who, by playing at any game, or betting on the sides or hands of such as play at any game, excluding any game permitted under chapter 226   1 or any activity not prohibited under the provisions of sections 53-278a to 53-278g , inclusive, loses the sum or value of one dollar in the whole and pays or delivers the same or any part thereof, may, within three months next following, recover from the winner the money or the value of the goods so lost and paid or delivered, with costs of suit in a civil action, without setting forth the special matter in his complaint.  If the defendant refuses to testify, if called upon in such action, relative to the discovery of the property so won, he shall be defaulted;  but no evidence so given by him shall be offered against him in any criminal prosecution.

1 C.G.S.A. § 12-557 et seq.

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