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State to increase sex trafficking penalties

Anyone who is arrested for and charged with any type of crime will want to learn about the laws that pertain to that offense. Part of that learning naturally includes getting an understanding of the types of penalties that a person may face if they are ultimately convicted of an offense.

Changes to restraining order laws in Connecticut

Have you been charged with domestic violence in Connecticut? Perhaps your spouse or partner has talked about seeking a restraining order against you for alleged domestic violence. If you are in such a situation, you may well be looking to understand the laws surrounding these types of charges in Connecticut.

Types of restraining and protective orders

If you are confused about the different types of restraining and protective orders in domestic violence cases in Connecticut, you are not alone. There are different types but with similar names. Understanding how they are unique is important for anyone who may be the subject of one of these orders.

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.

What is family violence in Connecticut?

If you as a Connecticut resident have been accused of domestic violence by a partner, spouse or other family member, you may feel very uncertain about what this really means for you. Will you be arrested? Are the accusations related to something that the law actually considers to be domestic violence? These are just some of the questions you might have.

Connecticut man taken into custody over domestic violence

Sometimes, there are two sides to a domestic violence story, but only one side is heard. Regrettably, many people have been falsely accused of domestic violence or have been harshly punished over an incident that was greatly exaggerated. In Stamford, and all other parts of Connecticut, domestic violence charges can destroy families and the lives of those accused. For example, someone suspected of assaulting a family member may never recover from damage done to their reputation or could lose their job. Additionally, these charges often lead to prison time and costly fines.

Connecticut man facing domestic violence allegations

When some people think of domestic violence charges, they picture violence or a significant fight. However, it is important to keep in mind that even relatively minor disputes can lead to domestic violence allegations that utterly destroy an individual's life. In Stamford, and other communities in Connecticut, some may be surprised to find themselves in the middle of a domestic violence case. Sometimes, details are exaggerated, or they may be entirely false. For example, someone who is bitter about something unrelated to an alleged domestic incident may decide to falsely accuse another individual of hurting or threatening them.

Bodily injury and other domestic violence accusations

If your spouse or partner accuses you of domestic violence, your life may never be the same. If they claim that you injured them or assaulted them, you may face a number of penalties, such as prison time and having a restraining order taken out against you. At the Law Offices of Joseph J. Colarusso, we are very familiar with the multitude of ways that domestic violence accusations turn the lives of those accused upside down in Stamford, and everywhere else in the state of Connecticut.

Actor accused of domestic violence

When someone is charged with domestic violence, they often feel overwhelmed and worry about how the allegations will affect them. Unfortunately, for some people in Stamford, and other parts of Connecticut, false domestic violence allegations have utterly destroyed their lives. There are many reasons why some people falsely accuse others of domestic violence, whether they want to shatter their reputation, get revenge or profit from the accusations. Even in cases where an individual is guilty of domestic violence, certain details surrounding the situation may be exaggerated and those accused face particularly harsh consequences.

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