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West Haven man facing DUI and other charges

Today's media can be a valuable means of receiving information but it can also make life difficult for Connecticut residents who have been arrested and charged with crimes. Very often, reports of criminal arrests provide little or spotty details that make it all too easy for people to paint the defendants in very negative lights. That can leave many people wondering if they are really able to get a fair defense and this is an understandable thought.

Felonies, misdemeanors and infractions in Connecticut

Have you been arrested and charged with a crime in Connecticut? Maybe you know someone who has recently been arrested and is facing criminal charges. Either way, it can be important for you to understand a bit about how many types and levels of criminal charges are recognized in the state of Connecticut.

What is forensic biology?

With the plethora of police television shows or movies available, you have no doubt seen actors portraying detectives or discussing the particulars of certain pieces of evidence. But, behind all of the story lines in these fictional situations, what is actually real? In the world of forensic evidence and testing, there are different types of specialities and ways that evidence is evaluated. There are also specific types of testing for certain types of evidence.

Police tactics questioned

Perhaps one of the most important things for Connecticut residents charged with crimes to remember is that they are always owed proper treatment and a proper defense. This can often be difficult to keep in mind especially in cases involving a lot of media attention. Reports frequently give only spotty details that may cast defendants in bad lights.

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