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May 2013 Archives

Man faces domestic violence charges after Connecticut altercation

Connecticut authorities have leveled domestic violence charges against a 31-year-old man who formerly worked as a corrections officer in another state. The domestic violence charges came about after an apparent altercation between the man and his girlfriend of five months. During two incidents in a short period of time, officials maintain that the man struck the woman, choked her, slammed her up against a wall, did damage to her cell phone and ultimately stranded her in a park after the second alleged assault.

Man facing Connecticut DUI, other charges in fatal crash

A DUI allegation often results in accused individuals being painted as guilty in the eyes of the public, despite the fact that all citizens facing such charges are guaranteed the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. One man from another state is now facing a DUI charge after a Connecticut car accident left a 16-month-old girl suffering from a serious head injury. That child sadly succumbed to her injuries later that evening.

Connecticut man faces possession, distribution drug charges

Connecticut drug charges can lead to serious consequences in the event that authorities are able to obtain a conviction against an accused individual. The potential penalties run the gamut from time spent incarcerated in jail and financial fines to serving time on probation. In addition to this type of punishment, those who are accused of drug charges may experience other ramifications such as loss of employment or negative publicity.

Connecticut man faces criminal charges in alleged machete threats

Criminal charges are rarely easy for any Connecticut resident to endure, especially when the allegations are serious in nature. Facing criminal charges for purportedly acting in a threatening or violent manner toward others can be particularly serious. One Connecticut man was recently accused of threatening several young people in his neighborhood and of waving a machete in their direction after a dispute broke out. Reports also indicate that the man struck more than one mailbox with the machete and damaged a Jeep's side mirror.