Blog Posts in January, 2018

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  • How to Appeal a DUI Verdict

    Posted By Tomeo Sills, LLC || 11-Jan-2018

    Because error is a human quality, there’s a chance your judge or jury may have made a mistake when reviewing the evidence in your case or when issuing your sentence if you’ve been found guilty of driving under the influence. It happens more often than you may think as well: errors in judgement that allow illegal evidence to sway the court or judgements made via misinterpretations of ...
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  • Field Sobriety Tests - 3 Things You Didn't Know

    Posted By Tomeo Sills, LLC || 8-Jan-2018

    Field sobriety tests are used to determine if a driver is impaired by drugs or alcohol. However, criticism has risen against their use and effectiveness, and many people are not aware of the facts behind these tests. Even a simple mistake while taking one may lead to an accusation of drunk driving. If you are pulled over and instructed to complete a field sobriety test, there are 3 things you need ...
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  • What's the Difference Between Speeding & Traveling Unreasonably Fast?

    Posted By Tomeo Sills, LLC || 2-Jan-2018

    Going 100 miles per hour isn’t the only way to be a danger on the road. Simply driving 5 miles per hour faster than the posted speed limit can put others at risk, especially during unique circumstances on the road. In Connecticut, drivers are required to adapt their driving speed to safely navigate the roads based upon special hazards. If they don’t, they can be charged with ...
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