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I practice Criminal Law. I have a client arrested for breach of peace whose arraignment is not scheduled until November—the arraignment was continued several times by the Court because of Court closures caused by the pandemic. The Court for this case remains closed to the public but some of the cases are being docketed for people to appear at another…Read More

A DUI is an arrestable offense and so if you are pulled over for one and subsequently arrested for it the police in CT will generally hand-cuff you and place you in their respective police car and take you to the police station in the town arrested or to the area State Police Barracks, if arrested by the Connecticut State…Read More

The CT MADD Victim Impact Panel is a court mandated awareness program that superior court judges order people to take. Please review the following so that you have a better understanding of the program. I would like to add that my clients tell me the program is great and of benefit to them. When you read the following please keep…Read More

Many DUI arrests in Connecticut occur on the following Roads: Interstate 95: This was commonly known as the Connecticut Turnpike. It starts in Fairfield County and is one of the most heavily traveled roads in the United States. It runs through towns like Greenwich, Stamford, Bridgeport, New Haven, Branford, Waterford, New London, Groton (Submarine Base), Mystic, North Stonington all the way…Read More

Statute The portion of CGSA Sec. 14-227a governing chemical analysis. § 14-227a. Operation while under the influence of liquor or drug or while having an elevated blood alcohol content (a) Operation while under the influence or while having an elevated blood alcohol content. No person shall operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug…Read More

First Connecticut Judicial Proceedings The first Connecticut judicial proceedings were probably held on April 26, 1636, at “A Corte holden in Newton” (Hartford) under the commission granted to eight leaders by the General Court of Massachusetts Bay. In 1638, the General Court established the Particular Court (often called the “Quartet Court” because it was required to meet every three months).…Read More

Access to the Courts and to Judicial Branch Facilities Connecticut Court Fees Court Directions and Telephone Numbers Court Location Codes  |  Housing Court Location Codes Court Sessions Holidays and Court Closings Judicial Branch Statistics Court Sessions Court will be in session five days a week except as otherwise directed by the Chief Court Administrator and as described below. Civil Division short…Read More

I practice in the following Courts. If you are arrested for a DUI in one of the towns they serve you go to the specific Geographic Area Court listed below. G.A. 1 at Stamford G.A. 2 at Bridgeport G.A. 3 at Danbury G.A. 4 at Waterbury G.A. 5 at Derby G.A. 7 at Meriden Serving the towns of Cheshire, Hamden,…Read More

TIMELINE Per Se Matters with Commissioner of Motor Vehicles I. Scheduling a Per Se Hearing Initial hearing to determine license suspension is scheduled upon request of operator, & must be requested within 7 days of date of mailing of notice of suspension. (1) With good cause, hearing officer or operator can request a continuance of up to 15 days. (2)The…Read More

If there is a Person on the road driving like crazy then maybe he’s drunk. Police Dispatch sends out a trooper or police officer and he sees this guy driving erratically; he pulls him over and then arrests him. Generally that would be a good stop. Here’s the other situation. Concerned citizen calls, police officer goes out, guy’s not driving…Read More

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