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Get Your Connecticut Reckless Endangerment Arrest Dismissed

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The Connecticut crime of reckless endangerment is overly broad and unconstitutional. A Connecticut Reckless Endangerment arrest covers intentional and accidental...

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Can a Connecticut Teacher Be Fired for a DUI / DWI Arrest?

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While unfair, Connecticut teachers can be held to higher standards when it comes to DUI / DWI arrests. A teacher...

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Can a Connecticut Teacher Get Fired for Getting Arrested?

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Connecticut public and private school teachers are more exposed than ever to child abuse and Connecticut Risk of Injury arrests....

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A Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyer Explains the Impeachment Process: Some FAQs

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On September 24, 2019, the House of Representatives launched “impeachment inquiry” into President Trump. This week the House of Representatives...

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The New Normal for Connecticut DCF: Intimidation, Bullying & Brute Force

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DCF has a new playbook: bully, threaten and disregard constitutional rights to a lawyer. Of course, this doesn’t apply to...

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Fighting Connecticut DUI / DWI with Kids in Car Arrests

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A Connecticut DUI with children in the car arrest under C.G.S. 14-227m is much more serious than a regular DUI...

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Can a Sex Offender Get Off Probation Early in Connecticut?

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People who plead guilty to sex crimes like Risk of Injury and Child Pornography in Connecticut are always given sex...

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Nolle v. Dismissal in Your Connecticut Criminal Case – How to Get the Best Result

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Connecticut prosecutors prefer to nolle a case instead of dismissing it. A Connecticut criminal case that’s nolled can be (but...

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