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  • Search and seizure: Searching a student's vehicle at school
    Search and seizure: Searching a student's vehicle at school

    The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures. This means that for a search to be legal, it has to meet the "reasonableness standard." The ...

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  • How cocaine-related offenses are punished in Connecticut
    How cocaine-related offenses are punished in Connecticut

    New York has long been the breeding ground for illicit drug business. In an effort to combat its image as an enabler of the illicit drug trade, it's implemented strict penalties for drug-related ...

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  • Connecticut man facing multiple charges after woman's overdose
    Connecticut man facing multiple charges after woman's overdose

    If you're involved with selling, distributing or in any way providing illegal drugs, you may find yourself not only facing drug charges, but dealing with the legal ramifications of harm or death ...

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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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  • Sentences you may face if you share your prescription drugs
    Sentences you may face if you share your prescription drugs

    If you take a prescription drug for a common medical ailment, you might know someone else that takes either the same thing or another comparable drug. If you've forgotten your prescription or you've ...

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  • Police raises concern as pot legalization looks more likely
    Police raises concern as pot legalization looks more likely

    Some Connecticut state legislators are working to legalize marijuana for recreational use in our state. Currently, it's legal only for medicinal purposes. Eight states as well as Washington, D.C. have ...

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