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  • Domestic Violence Defense Strategies | CT Criminal Defense Lawyers
    Domestic Violence Defense Strategies | CT Criminal Defense Lawyers

    Tactics the Prosecution Uses in Domestic Violence Cases Domestic violence charges are serious and, even if you are innocent, you’ll need a strong defense to have the optimal outcome of your case. ...

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  • How Arson Can Be Proven | Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyer
    How Arson Can Be Proven | Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyer

    How Arson Can Be Proven Arson is an often misunderstood crime. It takes many forms, including burning down your own property. Other forms of arson include reckless behavior resulting in a fire-damaged ...

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  • Actual Physical Control Law & DUI Law | Connecticut DUI Lawyers
    Actual Physical Control Law & DUI Law | Connecticut DUI Lawyers

    You Can Get a OUI in Connecticut While Not Driving, Here’s How! Being arrested and charged with drunk driving is a scary and unpleasant experience, all the more so if you weren’t actually driving. You ...

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  • DUI and Prescription Medication | Connecticut DUI Lawyer
    DUI and Prescription Medication | Connecticut DUI Lawyer

    How Use of Prescription Medication Can Lead to a DUI in Connecticut It is a crime in every U.S. state, including Connecticut, to drive under the influence of drugs. Not only can you be arrested for a ...

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  • What the Jail Booking Process Looks Like
    What the Jail Booking Process Looks Like

    After being arrested for a crime, the suspect is taken by law enforcement for booking, or processing in jail. The first concern of a person who’s been arrested is how fast they can get sprung from ...

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  • What a Violent Crime Conviction Could Mean for Your Future
    What a Violent Crime Conviction Could Mean for Your Future

    If you’re like most people, the first thing that comes to mind when you think of “crime” is violent crimes: assault, battery, armed robbery, domestic violence, murder, or attempted murder. These ...

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