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Recent Changes in the Connecticut Criminal System

Governor Dannel Malloy signed two bills into law in the summer of 2017 that make important changes to CT’s criminal justice system. Both changes favor defendants and may improve the pretrial justice process in our state. No Civil Forfeiture Without a Conviction Civil forfeiture laws allow law enforcement authorities to seize private property from arrestees...

Domestic Violence Allegations in Connecticut

Almost every couple or family has arguments and those arguments can get heated. But what happens if you are arrested because your significant other or a family member called the police and accused you of domestic violence? The legal process following an arrest can be complicated and foreign, even for people who have experience with...

Preparing Financially for Incarceration

When an individual is convicted of a crime, a jail or prison sentence is supposed to pay their debt to society. But those facing incarceration must prepare financially for what lies ahead in order to prevent emerging with financial scars that can last far longer than their time behind bars.  Unless a person makes financial...
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