Your doctor gives you a prescription for a painkiller. He or she fails to list any refills. On the way to the pharmacy, you just scrawl in a number. You're going to get it renewed, anyway. Why not just save time? While you're at it, why not increase the dosage? You really could use something stronger than what you've been taking. What's the harm?
A 60-year-old man recently went into the Norwalk Police Department to turn himself in on a warrant that was issued decades ago for a 1989 theft. The man, who was living in Florida, found out about the warrant when he received a piece of mail stating that he had a warrant. He opted to fly to Connecticut to face the charge instead of trying to run from it.
You've made a serious error in judgment and have been arrested and convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. You've paid the penalties, including fines, required classes and possibly some jail time. However, that doesn't mean that it's all behind you. It can come back to haunt you in ways you didn't anticipate.
A longtime Connecticut Republican Party official has resigned amid felony charges over his alleged conduct involving a 5-year-old relative. The boy's parents went to authorities after the man allegedly made comments about his activities with the boy at a family New Year's Eve gathering.