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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
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Connecticut Restraining/Protective Orders In Connecticut, Restraining Orders, Protective Orders, and Relief From Abuse Orders are issued by the Courts, and require one party to refrain from contact with another party or parties. The purpose is to restrain the alleged accused party from further harming another party or parties in a criminal and/or civil case. These Read more
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