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Domestic abuse charges when caring for the elderly

When the topic of domestic violence comes up, many people will think of someone who deliberately harms family members. A lesser-known incident, but one that still occurs in Connecticut and other parts of the country, is elder abuse. There are certainly those who purposefully take advantage of vulnerable older people; however, there are also people who might find themselves charged with domestic violence against an elderly relative despite having no malicious intent.

Domestic violence conviction can affect gun rights

Any time someone faces criminal charges in the state of Connecticut, it’s imperative that he or she seek sound legal counsel from an experienced criminal defense attorney to learn the implications of the charges and what rights they have as defendants. A criminal conviction on some domestic violence charges, for instance, can affect one’s right to possess a firearm. And now that the United States Supreme Court has ruled on the matter, tightening restrictions on the gun ban for convicts, it’s more important than ever to understand the law.

New state law passed focuses on victims' rights

People charged with domestic violence, domestic battery, sexual assault or similar crimes can sometimes face discrimination with the public focus being on protecting the victims. While defense attorneys and other legal professionals in Connecticut and beyond do not support family violence or other such actions, they also understand that sometimes criminal charges do not reflect the full circumstances and that individuals charged with such crimes deserve fair representation.

Stamford teens arrested using photos posted on social media sites

Social media sites are popular ways for teenagers to connect with one another and stay informed as to what is going on. Teens often post photos and videos of themselves with posts that share important events or to get attention. However, law enforcement is also finding that social media sites can be sources of knowledge in solving cases involving violent crime acts.

Stamford man arrested for burglaries after his dog identified

When a criminal defense team works for a client, one aspect of their role is to make sure that law enforcement did their job correctly. This might involve looking at the way evidence was collected, whether there is any concrete evidence that the person committed the crime and if any rights of the person were violated during the criminal case investigation. During the criminal trial, they then have the opportunity to ask all the questions and point out legal weaknesses in the prosecution's case.

Arrest warrants for burglary in preparation for Stamford man

When authorities make allegations against someone in Stamford for criminal acts, one of the first things that they may do is try to locate that person to bring them in as a person of interest or to arrest them. Once the criminal charge is made, then that person can post bail, or may be held in the county jail until the trial takes place, depending on the nature of the crime. At that time, the criminal defense team will have a chance to disprove the charges or may advise the client to take a plea deal in order to get a better sentence.

Darien man ordered to stay away from wife after alleged attack

When allegations are made concerning family violence, it is important for investigators to look at all of the facts before filing charges. The situation involving a charge of domestic violence may not be what it appears. Sometimes the victim may actually be the aggressor and the person accused may be the victim. Therefore it is important for a thorough investigation to be conducted relating to the alleged assault before an arrest is made.

2 Stamford teens arrested for alleged assault of teachers

In years past, incidents involving students that took place at school were often handled at school. Students who were involved in potentially illegal or dangerous activity were usually sent to the dean of students or principal's office to face their punishment -- whether that was detention, suspension or expulsion.

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