The Deadly Weapon Offender Registry is is a non-public registry, where those who have been convicted of criminal charges involving a deadly weapon are required to submit their personal information to the registry and maintain this registration for five years after their release from prison. While the registry functions
What Happens If An Immigrant Gets Caught With an Illegal Firearm?
If you are a refugee in the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, or an employee or student with a visa, you may be deported if you are convicted of the illegal possession of a firearm. Here’s what you need to know about the potential consequences of this charge and
What Is A Second Degree Assault in The State of Connecticut?
Have you recently been accused of second degree assault, but still aren’t sure what it means? The entire night of being arrested might go by like a blur, but this makes it all the more important to hire a criminal defense attorney who is experienced with assault allegation. Connecticut,
What Does It Mean to Be a Criminal Accomplice?
Being caught and charged with a crime is a disorienting experience enough, but what if you were arrested for being a criminal accomplice instead? What if you had nothing to do with the crime, but are being named as an accomplice by the police? Here’s what you should know
I Missed My Court Date, Now What?
You will be expected to appear in court at a certain time and date after being charged with a criminal violation. If the offense isn’t a traffic infraction, more than one hearing is generally necessary and none of them are elective. If you are not present at your hearing,
What are Your Constitutional Rights in a Criminal Case Proceedings?
What are Your Constitutional Rights in Criminal Case Proceedings? Those accused of a crime have certain important rights that must be respected throughout the legal process and criminal case proceedings. Criminal defendants can take the required actions to defend these crucial rights by being aware of the following rights:
Minor Driving Offenses In Connecticut
What are Minor Driving Offenses in Connecticut? There are many different types of minor driving offenses in Connecticut. Some of the more common ones include: Speeding Failure to stop Failure to yield Improper passing Driving without insurance Minor Driving Offenses vs Major Driving Offenses In Connecticut, minor driving offenses
Can You Challenge a DUI License Suspension in Connecticut?
Can You Challenge a DUI License Suspension in Connecticut? It is illegal to operate a vehicle while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol in Connecticut. DUI offenses are prosecuted with high priority in the criminal courts of Connecticut. There is also a separate administrative process for DUI’s before
6 Most Common Types of Defenses in Criminal Law
6 Most Common Types of Defenses in Criminal Law When a defendant is accused of a crime, the prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant is guilty of the charge. The defendant, on the other hand, the defendant merely has to raise a reasonable doubt. If
Self-Defense in a Criminal Case; All You Need To Know
Self-Defense in a Criminal Case; All You Need To Know Imagine you were involved in a brawl or a raging fight incident and charged with a felony or misdemeanor assault. You complained and insisted you were only defending yourself, but the prosecutor chose to indict you anyways. Here, it’s