Are Violent Crime Rates in Connecticut Changing?



Are Violent Crime Rates in Connecticut Changing?

Posted on : December 19, 2018
Being accused of a violent crime in the state of Connecticut should lead you to immediately contact an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. A criminal defense attorney who is brought into the defense of your case as soon as possible will assist you with developing a strategy and exploring whether or not any violations Read more

What Are the Most Important Things to Know About Connecticut’s Gun Laws?

Posted on : December 3, 2018
Being accused of any weapons law violation in Connecticut could lead to criminal charges, fines, penalties or even time in jail. It is required for anyone who intends to own a gun in the state of Connecticut to obtain a permit. Connecticut is considered a may-issue-permit state and not resident permits are available. The permit Read more

What is a Breach of Peace Charge?

Posted on : October 25, 2018
Have you recently been accused of breach of peace in Connecticut?   Not sure what this means and whether or not you need a criminal defense attorney?  A person can be charged with breach of peace under Connecticut law without realizing the full extent of the allegations. The first question that you must immediately ask Read more

What Are Connecticut’s Criminal Court Procedures?

Posted on : September 25, 2018
Connecticut Criminal Court Attorney, Chris Llinas
After you have been arrested for a crime in the state of Connecticut, the court procedure officially begins. The police will give you a summons to appear in court and you may be required to post a bond in order to be released. This period of time can be very overwhelming and confusing especially if Read more

What Is a Hit and Run in Connecticut?

Posted on : August 31, 2018
Connecticut Hit And Run Attorney, Chris Llinas
If you have recently been accused of a crime known as hit and run, you might assume that the consequences are not that serious. You might try to argue that you weren’t aware that an accident happened and that’s why you allegedly left the scene of the accident. However, if the other party can prove Read more

Special Operator’s Permits

Posted on : August 17, 2018
Special Operator’s Permits (Work Permits & Education Permits) After you are stopped and arrested for drunk driving in Connecticut, the police officer will provide you with a choice: to submit to a chemical test (breath, blood, or urine) to determine your blood alcohol content (“BAC”), or to refuse to submit to such a test.   Read more

Do I Really Need a Traffic Ticket Attorney in Connecticut?

Posted on : August 1, 2018
Traffic Ticket Attorney, Chris Llinas
When you think about a criminal defense lawyer, perhaps the first thing that pops into your mind isn’t traffic tickets. But the truth is that traffic tickets can land you in hot water, especially if you already have accumulated tickets or other driving-related problems in the past. This is why it’s a good idea to Read more

Understanding Connecticut’s Laws About Theft

Posted on : June 27, 2018
Connecticut Theft Attorney, Chris Llinas
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

Do You Need a Traffic Ticket Defense Lawyer in Connecticut?

Posted on : June 5, 2018
Hebron, CT Traffic Ticket Lawyer
While many people recognize that being accused of a serious misdemeanor or a felony warrants the insight of an experienced criminal defense attorney, most don’t realize the helpful impact that an attorney can have with a traffic ticket case. If you have previous traffic tickets or other offenses on your record, it is essential to Read more

Connecticut DUI Sobriety Checkpoints and Roving Patrols for Memorial Day Weekend 2018

Posted on : May 24, 2018
DUI Checkpoints in Central and Eastern Conneticut
The following are the Sobriety Checkpoints and Roving Patrols planned for Memorial Day weekend 2018 in Connecticut.  Be forewarned, and be careful out there.  Otherwise, you may have to call someone like me . . . Sobriety Checkpoints Friday (5-25-18) — Route 67 at the intersection of Mountain Road in Oxford Saturday (5-26-18) — Route 2 Read more
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