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  • Violating a Suspended License in CT
    Violating a Suspended License in CT

    If you’re like most people in Connecticut, you know that your driver license can be suspended for OUI or having too many speeding tickets , but you may not realize that there are actually more than a ...

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  • Attorney Sills Is Quoted in The Appeal About the Controversy Surrounding Prison “Cold Case” Card Decks
    Attorney Sills Is Quoted in The Appeal About the Controversy Surrounding Prison “Cold Case” Card Decks

    In an effort to solve old homicide cases, the Delaware Department of Corrections (DOC) has released a very special deck of playing cards into the commissaries of four state prisons. Each “cold case” ...

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  • Appealing a Criminal Conviction
    Appealing a Criminal Conviction

    Just because the word “guilty” came out of the judge’s mouth, doesn’t necessarily mean the case is done. In some circumstances, a defendant may seek an appeal from a higher court to reverse the ...

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  • What to Do at a DUI Checkpoint in CT
    What to Do at a DUI Checkpoint in CT

    While many people on Labor Day weekend will celebrate by having drinks with friends or going on a family road trip, law enforcement will be patrolling the streets in full force and setting up sobriety ...

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  • Contesting a DUI Chemical Test Refusal
    Contesting a DUI Chemical Test Refusal

    According to Connecticut’s implied consent law, a person who is lawfully arrested for a DUI automatically consents to take a breath, blood, or urine chemical test. Upon refusal, the officer makes a ...

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  • Trying a Juvenile as an Adult in Connecticut
    Trying a Juvenile as an Adult in Connecticut

    Under normal circumstances, anyone younger than 18 years of age will be tried in the juvenile court system. In some cases, however, a minor can be tried as an adult. Common factors that go into this ...

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