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November 2015 Archives

Connecticut officials arrest alleged drunk driver

For drunk driving suspects, life can become difficult in many ways. A conviction may lead to dire consequences, such as the inability to drive, prison time, financial penalties and a criminal record that prevents someone from working. In Stamford, Connecticut, it is critical for those who have been charged with driving under the influence to make sure their case is presented properly in court and thoroughly assess their options.

How many restraining orders are issued in Connecticut?

From social stigma to difficulty landing a job, accusations of domestic violence and restraining orders can affect the accused in many ways. If you are wondering how many restraining orders are issued every year, it is important to take a look at statistics and understand just how many have applied for restraining orders. There are many reasons why people decide to apply for restraining orders against their spouse or partner, such as allegations of physical or verbal abuse. Sometimes these claims are valid, but many people have also been falsely accused of these types of behavior in Stamford, and throughout Connecticut.

Assisting those wrongfully accused of a violent crime

If you have been accused of committing a violent crime, you may be unsure of which steps need to be taken next and could feel incredibly stressed out. Regrettably, some people find themselves in this position for a crime they never even committed and at the Law Offices of Joseph J. Colarusso, we understand how upsetting it can be to deal with these false allegations. In Stamford, and across Connecticut, people who have been falsely accused of violent crimes should carefully assess their options.

Authorities apprehend Connecticut drug suspect

Although a criminal record with any type of offense could haunt someone for years to come, drug charges can be particularly damaging. For example, those convicted of a drug crime may be unable to find work because of their past, or they could face particularly harsh penalties because of the stigma surrounding the nature of the alleged offense. Furthermore, in Stamford, and across Connecticut, some people may pay the price for a drug crime they never even committed in the first place.

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