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September 2017 Archives

Charged with hazing frat brothers or sorority sisters? Seek help

If you belong to a fraternity or sorority at a Connecticut college or university, you probably know quite a bit about hazing. While that doesn't mean that you have any primary knowledge of hazing incidents, surely you sat through lectures describing how the practices were forbidden both on and off campus.

Why you need a lawyer even if you haven't been arrested

Have you been notified by authorities that you're being investigated for alleged criminal activity, or do you believe that you may be the subject of an investigation? Perhaps police officers or other authorities have shown up at your home or workplace just to "chat."

A Hartford police officer is arrested, charged with drunk driving

An 11-year veteran police officer with the Hartford Police Department was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) on Sunday, Aug. 27. The 44-year-old man was arrested in Plainville, Connecticut, early that same morning after one of the small town's police officers noticed the man driving erratically along state Route 72.

College freshmen are particularly vulnerable to alcohol abuse

If you've just sent your child off to college, it's important to know that the first six weeks of a young person's freshman year are the ones where they are most vulnerable to getting into trouble — even serious danger — because of alcohol.

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