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  • Connecticut Shoplifting Laws
    Connecticut Shoplifting Laws

    One of the most common theft crimes committed in Connecticut is shoplifting. Not only does this offense involve taking merchandise from a retail store without paying for it, but shoplifting also means ...

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  • Can Felons Vote in Connecticut?
    Can Felons Vote in Connecticut?

    One of the most important rights all Americans have is the right to vote. Voting enables citizens to voice their opinion, hold elected official accountable, and make a difference. With the state ...

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  • Reasonable Doubt vs. Probable Cause
    Reasonable Doubt vs. Probable Cause

    The two legal standards of proof police officers need to determine whether to make a traffic stop, detain a person for questioning, conduct a search, or make an arrest are reasonable suspicion and ...

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  • Do I Have to Register as a Connecticut Sex Offender Forever?
    Do I Have to Register as a Connecticut Sex Offender Forever?

    Getting convicted of a sex crime in Connecticut can be devastating. Not only does it result in a lengthy prison sentence and expensive fines, but also registration as a sex offender. Sex offender ...

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  • How Your Social Media Activity Can Impact Your Criminal Case
    How Your Social Media Activity Can Impact Your Criminal Case

    Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram now play a big role in our lives. From posting photos and videos of a recent trip to keeping up with friends and family, there is a ...

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  • What is a Motion to Suppress?
    What is a Motion to Suppress?

    Law enforcement must follow certain rules when making an arrest and conducting a criminal investigation to provide fairness and transparency in the work officers perform, ensure they legally collect ...

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