Posted on : May 29, 2019
Think you can handle a traffic charge on your own? You should talk to an attorney first to make sure that’s accurate. Have you recently been accused of a traffic violation in Connecticut? Never downplay the potential repercussions that this could have on your future. Even a traffic violation could come back to haunt you Read more
Posted on : August 31, 2018
If you have recently been accused of a crime known as hit and run, you might assume that the consequences are not that serious. You might try to argue that you weren’t aware that an accident happened and that’s why you allegedly left the scene of the accident. However, if the other party can prove Read more
Posted on : August 17, 2018
Special Operator’s Permits (Work Permits & Education Permits) After you are stopped and arrested for drunk driving in Connecticut, the police officer will provide you with a choice: to submit to a chemical test (breath, blood, or urine) to determine your blood alcohol content (“BAC”), or to refuse to submit to such a test. Read more
Posted on : August 1, 2018
When you think about a criminal defense lawyer, perhaps the first thing that pops into your mind isn’t traffic tickets. But the truth is that traffic tickets can land you in hot water, especially if you already have accumulated tickets or other driving-related problems in the past. This is why it’s a good idea to Read more
Posted on : June 5, 2018
While many people recognize that being accused of a serious misdemeanor or a felony warrants the insight of an experienced criminal defense attorney, most don’t realize the helpful impact that an attorney can have with a traffic ticket case. If you have previous traffic tickets or other offenses on your record, it is essential to Read more
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