Posted on : May 29, 2019
Think you can handle a traffic charge on your own? You should talk to an attorney first to make sure that’s accurate. Have you recently been accused of a traffic violation in Connecticut? Never downplay the potential repercussions that this could have on your future. Even a traffic violation could come back to haunt you Read more
Posted on : May 22, 2019
Domestic Violence In Connecticut Is Considered A Serious Crime In the state of Connecticut, Domestic Violence is a term often used to describe “Family Violence” offenses. The phrase “Family Violence” is defined by Connecticut law as an incident resulting in physical harm, bodily injury or assault, or an act of threatened violence that constitutes fear Read more
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