What Are the Most Common Criminal Defenses




What Are the Most Common Criminal Defenses

Posted on : February 19, 2021
Best Hartford Criminal Defense Lawyer
Criminal Defense Strategies Some criminal defense strategies span nearly any crime and can apply in a wide variety of situations. Here are some of the most common criminal defenses and when you should get help from an experienced attorney.  False Arrest  Many attorneys will look at the circumstances surrounding a client’s arrest before beginning to Read more

How Can a Juvenile Criminal Offender Protect Their Legal Rights?

Posted on : December 26, 2020
Hartford Juvenile Arrest
Facing criminal charges is a frightening experience for anyone, especially a child. If you are a juvenile or the parent of a juvenile who is being investigated for a crime or has been arrested, it’s critical that you understand what law enforcement can and cannot do. Here’s what to know about juvenile rights.  Can the Read more

What Is Resisting Arrest?

Posted on : November 28, 2020
Lawyer in Connecticut for defending Arson charges
Resisting arrest by a police officer has become a significant issue across the nation recently. It’s been long understood that law enforcement officers will manipulate statements and evidence to support their claims, so you may be charged with resisting arrest even if you weren’t actually resisting. Unfortunately, this is one of the charges that is Read more

Was I Wrongly Arrested?

Posted on : September 24, 2020
Connecticut DUI Attorney
Being arrested is a frightening experience, and to find out that it may have been done illegally or outside of proper protocol can be even more upsetting. Here’s how to know if you may have been wrongfully arrested and how to get legal help after being charged with a crime.  What Is False Arrest?  A Read more

Can You Be Charged with Shoplifting Before You Leave the Store?

Posted on : July 12, 2020
Connecticut Shoplifting Attorney
Most shoplifters are caught after they leave the store, but is it possible to be arrested for larceny (the legal term in Connecticut for theft) before you leave the retail establishment? Yes, but retail establishments will likely wait until the shoplifter leaves to pursue an arrest. Here’s why and what you can do to protect Read more

What Happens When You Appeal a Case

Posted on : January 17, 2020

A Criminal, DUI, or Major Traffic Case in Connecticut is a Marathon, not a Sprint

Posted on : January 16, 2020

Be Careful when Considering Recantation of Domestic Violence Complaint in Connecticut

Posted on : January 15, 2020

Violations of Probation in Connecticut

Posted on : January 14, 2020

What to Do if You Have an Open Warrant in Connecticut

Posted on : January 12, 2020