Prescription drug abuse in the United States has been one of the greatest public health crises in recent years. One of the most common ways addicted individuals obtain opioids is through prescription drug
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A DUI/OUI conviction in Connecticut is punishable by fines, driver’s license suspension, and even time spent behind bars. Additionally, after serving such criminal penalties, having a permanent criminal record can have a negative
After an arrest, a defendant has a right to bail. The courts use bail to ensure a defendant attends every hearing and doesn’t leave the state or country after being released from jail.
In general, all individuals in a moving vehicle must be sober. This means if you are a passenger in a vehicle with someone when he/she is arrested for a DUI in Connecticut, it