Joseph J. Colarusso, Attorney at Law Joseph J. Colarusso, Attorney at Law
Free Consultation 203-977-2415 Stamford, CT 866-734-6937 Toll Free 914-946-2777 White Plains, NY
Free Consultation
Stamford, CT 203-977-2415
White Plains, NY 914-946-2777
Main Navigation

January 2017 Archives

State sees jump in calls regarding domestic abuse

Even the act of being accused of a crime in Connecticut can be very scary and unsettling. When a person is subsequently arrested and charged officially with a specific offense, things can become even more challenging. This is something that more people may need to watch for when it comes to domestic violence charges in the state.

Domestic violence basics

Like most people in Connecticut, you have probably heard the term "domestic violence" before. But, how well do you know exactly what the law means by this? It is actually very important to understand this especially if you are accused of perpetrating some act of domestic abuse or violence.

Groups calls for greater emphasis in sex crimes

Connecticut residents who may have been charged with sexually related crimes know that this area of law is a heated one indeed. Emotions can run high on this topic and while that is understandable, it remains an important element of civil rights that defendants' rights are respected and protected along the way.

Sex crime arrests in 2015

If you or someone you are close to has been arrested for an alleged sex crime in Connecticut, you are understandably quite nervous about what to expect. Regardless of the circumstances, a person always deserves a defense but can sometimes feel very alone after being arrested. However, the reality is that many other people have been in that same situation and it does not mean that you or the person you know who has been arrested is guilty.

Job applicants with criminal records may benefit from new law

Connecticut residents who have ever been arrested and charged with a criminal offense know that even without a conviction, life after an arrest can be challenging. Whether a misdemeanor or a felony, any criminal activity can haunt a person for a long time.

Under Arrest? Call our 24-hour emergency line 203-325-2200

Contact Us For Legal Help

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Subscribe to This Blog's Feed FindLaw Network