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March 2014 Archives

Sex offender arrested after submitting address forms late

When a person in Fairfield County has been convicted of a sex crime that conviction can bring about many serious consequences, not the least of which is being registered as a sex offender. Registered sex offenders are obligated to do several things, including updating their living status periodically. If they fail to comply, the court can impose additional consequences. However, not everyone who is late to turn in his or her card is trying to purposely evade the system.

DUI case thrown out after alcohol tests come back negative

Imagine being pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence in Fairfield County when you haven’t even had one sip of alcohol. Then, imagine the officer asking you to perform a field sobriety test and telling you that you failed it. Next, imagine being taken to the police station and being given a Breathalyzer test, which comes back at 0.00 and still being arrested for a DUI.

Kennedy acquitted of DUI after evidence supports her alibi

When you get behind the wheel of a vehicle you have the responsibility to ensure that you are capable of operating said vehicle. Of course, no one in Fairfield County, or anywhere else, should drive while he or she is impaired. However, what happens if a person ends up behind the wheel of a vehicle after accidently becoming impaired?

City of New York settles with man who was wrongfully imprisoned

Being charged with a crime is never a good thing. However, it’s important for anyone facing criminal charges in Fairfield County to realize that there is hope. In fact, even a person who has been convicted of a crime, no matter how serious, has the opportunity to appeal, which could eventually lead to an acquittal.