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What is a mandatory minimum sentence?

People who are arrested and charged with criminal offenses in Connecticut may often have immediate concerns about what type of punishment or consequence they may face. In particular, it is understandable for you or anyone is this position to want to know if you will have to spend time in jail and, if so, how much time you will need to spend. Depending upon the offense that a person is convicted of, there may be what is called a mandatory minimum sentence.

New domestic violence law in neighboring state

With Connecticut being a relatively small state from a physical area perspective, it can be especially interesting and important for residents to be aware of the laws in its neighboring states. Family, friends and even jobs often necessitate frequent trips back and forth from Connecticut to other states. In Rhode Island the Governor recently signed into law a new piece of legislation relating to domestic violence.

Man held on $2 million bond in alleged homicide

The circumstances surrounding a criminal arrest in Connecticut can vary greatly. When people find themselves facing serious charges such as those for murder or homicide, it can be very important to understand not only the potential penalties associated with the charge but what may have led prosecutors to make such a charge.

Man arrested for drunk driving

When a driver in Connecticut is stopped by officers and suspected to be under the influence of alcohol, there are certain procedures that may be followed before the person may be placed under arrest. These may involve the administration of standardized field sobriety tests that are approved for use by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. 

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