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How To Celebrate Thanksgiving Safely During COVID-19

What You Need To Know To Celebrate Thanksgiving Safely and Avoid Fines or Arrests  in Connecticut It’s that time of the year again! Thanksgiving festivities will kick off the holiday season, and, with that, the risks of arrests and fines for things such as DUIs and disorderly conduct will rise. Quarantine life, stress, and the […]

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In-Person Prison Visitation Resumes October 15 at CT Jails

CT Prisons Reinstate Noncontact Social Visits For many months families have not been able to visit their loved ones behind bars in person because of COVID-19.  The Corrections Department announced a necessary accommodation for inmates and their families by resuming social visits effective Thursday, October 15th of 2020. You can now schedule a noncontact social […]

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COVID –19 In Prisons A Community Health Issue In Hartford And Elsewhere

From the first days of the COVID-19 pandemic, serious stories about the vulnerability of America’s prison population were being seen across news services including Hartford. In mid-March, the first case of coronavirus was reported at Rikers Island in New York City. Within two weeks 200 inmates were infected. The same growth pattern persisted in Connecticut […]

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What Defendants Should Know About Drug Charges in Hartford

The Hartford Police Department in Hartford, Connecticut is engaged in a long-standing crackdown on drug dealing in the city, especially in the South End. This extra attention by law enforcement means more people are being arrested on drug charges with potentially serious offenses. If you’ve been arrested in the Hartford CT area, a bail bondsman […]

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New London Court Functions During COVID-19 Outbreak

New London Court and Bail Bonds During COVID-19 Connecticut courts and especially the New London Superior Court has been affected by COVID-19. The GA10 Superior Court is currently operating out of the higher JD court located a few blocks down the street. After speaking to clerk personnel at the Judicial District New London Court located […]

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