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Understanding Connecticut’s Laws About Theft

Posted on : June 27, 2018
In a general sense, the crime of theft refers to taking someone else’s property. If you don’t have a clear understanding of the nuances of situations in which you could be accused of theft, however, you could face serious problems with your criminal defense if you’re suddenly charged. You might think that what happened was Read more

Probation Violation Defenses

Posted on : March 2, 2018
Probation violations are a serious matter, even if you believe the probation officer is wrong about any violations. You have to be the one to prove that you did not violate the terms of your probation and this is very hard for most people to meet as a burden. You must respond immediately, however, or Read more

Can My Criminal Defense Attorney Interview Witnesses?

Posted on : January 29, 2018
your criminal defense attorney may interview witnesses to help your case
There are a number of different actions that your criminal defense attorney should be prepared to take immediately after you have been accused. As soon as you contact him or her, this should prompt your criminal defense attorney to spring into action to do everything possible to protect you. Criminal Defense Attorney’s Responsibilities Criminal defense Read more

Defining Theft in Connecticut

Posted on : January 2, 2018
theft allegations should prompt you to get a lawyer
Have you recently been accused of any type of theft crime in Connecticut? If so, you need the services rendered by an experienced criminal defense attorney who has years of experience pursuing full and fair outcomes for any person who has been accused. Even a petty theft allegation can follow you for many years and Read more

What is a Lesser Included Offense?

Posted on : November 27, 2017
hire a lawyer if you're facing a lesser included offense
When the police accuse you of a crime, more than one charge could be in question. In this situation, you need to ensure you have a plan to take action immediately to protect your rights. Major consequences could apply if you’ve convicted of multiple crimes, so you need to be prepared to respond appropriately. Lesser Read more