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Man with prior felony arrested for OUI and weapon offenses

People who live and drive in Connecticut know that they can be pulled over by officers for a variety of reasons while they are operating vehicles. A person can be stopped for exceeding the speed limit, for driving on the wrong side of the road, for failing to stop fully at a stop sign or even for having a headlight out. What is also important to remember is that once a person is stopped, officers may have the ability to pursue other potential offenses.

Morphine and quinine involved in drug arrest

Connecticut residents who have been arrested and charged with drug crimes know that the law can feel very heavy at these times. While difficult, it is important to remember that not every arrest leads to a conviction and the judicial process allows every defendant the chance to prove innocence. A man from Newington today needs to keep that in his mind.

Five counts of first degree murder in DUI case

Connecticut residents can face some tough penalties if they are convicted of drunk driving. From fines to the loss of driving privileges to fines, the impact can be great. Being required to use an ignition interlock device may also result. There is also the potential of having a criminal record. When a person charged with drunk driving is also accused of being involved in a serious accident, the consequences can get even more dire.

Connecticut hard on suspected drunk drivers

Residents in Connecticut know that that having a drink or two and then driving home is a commonly accepted social practice among most groups. However, despite this, there remains strong negative stereotypes among the public about people who are arrested for suspected drunk driving. This discrepancy can be hard for some to reconcile given how many people actually drive after drinking.

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