Blog Posts in December, 2015

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  • Don't Spend the Holidays in Jail Because of a DUI Arrest

    Posted By Tomeo Sills, LLC || 22-Dec-2015

    The last holidays of the year are almost here. Because many people have time off work, many will travel to see loved ones, friends, and family members. During these December celebrations, many people will enjoy their favorite cocktails or alcoholic beverages while in good company. While these moments can create a lifetime of memories, they can also lead to DUI arrests if individuals do not refrain ...
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  • Police Can't Order Phone Companies to Track Cellphones, Judge Rules

    Posted By Tomeo Sills, LLC || 10-Dec-2015

    Law enforcement has been using data improperly to track criminal suspects, Connecticut Judge Jon Blue declared when he decided to suppress evidence in a robbery case. According to Blue, police shouldn’t be allowed to order live updates about the location of criminal suspects through cellphones. The decision involved a case where a suspect was accused of robbing several ATMs in 2010. During ...
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  • Noncitizens with a Criminal Record

    Posted By Tomeo Sills, LLC || 9-Dec-2015

    Facing Criminal Charges as a Noncitizen? We at Tomeo Sills, LLC strive to provide aggressive criminal defense of the highest quality to accused individuals in Connecticut. In order to make this possible, we take a comprehensive and strategic approach to each case we encounter. This includes taking into consideration the possible immigration consequences that an accused individual may encounter. In ...
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  • Felony Lane Gang

    Posted By Tomeo Sills, LLC || 7-Dec-2015

    Have You Heard of The Felony Lane Gang? Members Recently Arrested in Connecticut Among the many cases that we handle at Tomeo Sills, LLC, we assist individuals who have been accused of committing identity theft, which is a serious white collar crime. Due to its continued prevalence, federal prosecutors and even the FBI are cracking down hard on offenders. In a recent story published in ...
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