Blog Posts in May, 2017

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  • What you should know about assault allegations
    What you should know about assault allegations

    Were you accused of assaulting a fellow Connecticut resident? The act of "assault" refers to the threat or attempt to hurt another individual. Assault does not necessarily involve physical contact, it ...

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  • Attorney General instructs prosecutors to seek longer sentences
    Attorney General instructs prosecutors to seek longer sentences

    People convicted of federal crimes can expect longer sentences than they may have gotten even six months ago. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has called on federal prosecutors to "charge and ...

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  • Why you may still be drunk the next morning
    Why you may still be drunk the next morning

    You get pulled over on the way to work, at six in the morning. The officer says you were swerving and he or she believes you are intoxicated. You assure the officer that you're fine and take the ...

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  • Helping someone commit a crime is a crime
    Helping someone commit a crime is a crime

    It is possible to face charges for a crime even if you didn't specifically commit it and weren't even present when it was committed. These charges usually involve aiding and abetting or being an ...

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