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S14:E1 Can the police arrest and detain me for no reason? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E2 What should I do if I'm pulled over? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E3 How far can the police go during a search? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E4 What is the plain view exception to the warrant rule? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E5 Are the police allowed on my property without my consent? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E6 What happens if I refuse consent for a search? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E7 What should I do if I'm arrested? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E8 What should I do if a loved one gets arrested? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E9 What happens when you get arrested? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E10 What happens if I can't make bail? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E11 How do the police and prosecutors work together? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S14:E12 Can you get the evidence against me thrown out? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Noor Papuga tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E6 Do I have to give police permission to search my car? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E7 What is the difference between a bench trial and a jury trial? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E8 How do judges determine sentences? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E9 What is a criminal record? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E10 What is the difference between civil and criminal court? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E11 What is a public defender? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E12 What are the types of criminal charges? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E13 If contacted by law enforcement what should I do or say? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E14 Is everything I say during an attorney consultation privileged and confidential? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E15 I want to consult with a lawyer, but am concerned with the cost. In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E16 I have been told by the police or FBI that answering questions without a lawyer would be more beneficial for me, is that true? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E17 I was under duress when i signed that agreement, what can I do? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E18 Why is the state's attorney taking so long to file charges? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E19 What are the types of pleas? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E20 What is a speedy trial? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E21 When does an arrest occur, and is it only when the police say so? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E22 What are the exceptions to the warrant requirements for a search? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E23 How will I get my property back from the states attorneys office? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E24 Which situations might result in my loss of firearms or rights to bare them? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E25 Can a warrant be dropped? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E26 What is a nolle? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E27 How can I get a rearrest vacated in court? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E28 Can I revoke my plea? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E1 What happens if witnesses lie to an officer on the scene? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E2 Can I answer no to prior criminal conviction questions if my previous charges have been expunged? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E4 The police are here, what should I do? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S13:E5 What rights do I have as a car passenger? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S12:E21 How Will the New Marijuana Laws Affect Our Teens? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients. In this episode, she explores the new marijuana laws in Connecticut and what teens should expect from them. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E13 Can a Lawyer Help If My Child Was Caught Smoking or Vaping Marijuana in School? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients. In this episode, she explores what happens if a teenager is caught smoking or vaping marijuana in school. With the rise of vaping, new laws surround this issue. Learn more on this podcast episode.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E15 Who Can See My Juvenile Record? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Many young adults that have been convicted of a crime wonder if other people can see their juvenile records. They wonder if schools, potential employers, or government agencies can see their criminal past. Attorney Ruane answers these questions on this episode. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E17 Do Juveniles Have Access to Public Defenders? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Many people are aware that those charged with a crime who cannot afford an attorney have access to public defenders. But what about minors? Do they enjoy the same right? Attorney Ruane explains here. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E18 Are There Conditions to Juvenile Probation? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Here, Attorney Ruane explains what to expect from juvenile probation. She explains the conditions of probation and what you should do if you are on probation. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E19 Can a Juvenile Represent Themselves in Court? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
We all know that people accused of the crime have the right to represent themselves in court. But what about juveniles? Is the same right afforded to them? You can find out on this episode of the podcast. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E20 Can My Child Get in Trouble as the Passenger in Their Friend's Car? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Driving as a teenager or with other teenagers can be complicated because there are many rules imposed on new drivers. If your child is a passenger in a car driven by a minor, they have certain rights that they can use to protect themselves. Learn more here.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S13:E3 What should I do if I'm stopped by the police? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Rob Fontaine tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
S12:E14 Are Parents Liable For Their Child's Crimes? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
In this episode, Attorney Ruane helps parents understand when they are legally responsible for their children's actions. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E16 What's the Difference Between Adult and Juvenile Court? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Many clients come to us and wonder what the difference is between juvenile court and adult court. Attorney Ruane explains some of the major differences on this episode of the podcast. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E1 Is the SRO My Child's Friend or Foe? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Attorney Ruane kicks off this season with a common question - is an School Resource Officer your child's friend or foe? The answer can be complicated, so check out the episode to learn more.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E2 Should I Let My Child Give a Statement to the Police? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Talking to the police can be scary, whether for adults or minors. On this episode, Attorney Ruane explains how to deal with giving statements to the police and how to best protect your child.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E3 Can the School Search My Child's Locker? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode, Attorney Ruane discusses the expectations of privacy that your child has while they are at school. Can their person be searched? Their backpack? Their locker? Find out here.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E4 How do the Police Officers Deceive Children Into Giving Search Consent or an Admission of Guilt? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
The police do not always use honest tactics when dealing with suspects or minors. In this episode, Attorney Ruane discusses ways in which the police may coerce a minor into search consent or an admission of guilt.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E5 Can the Police Lie to Kids? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode, Attorney Ruane discusses if police can or cannot lie to minors in order to get information out of them. Make sure that your child is protected by a lawyer if they have to talk to the police.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E6 Should I Make My Child Confess to Something They Did? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
While we all want our kids to be honest, Attorney Jill Ruane explains the pros and cons of telling a school or the police about your child's transgressions.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E7 An Officer Called to Speak With My Child, What Should I Do? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
As Attorney Ruane explains in this video, your child does not have to speak with a police officer if prompted. You should always contact a lawyer and make sure that your child's rights are protected.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E8 What Happens If My Child Gets in a Fight at School? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Fighting at school can have serious consequences, as Attorney Ruane explains in this video. The police may or may not get involved, and charges could be pressed. Protect your child with the information in this podcast.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E9 Is Sexting Illegal? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
In this episode, Attorney Ruane tackles a sensitive yet common subject - underage sexting. While this is likely not something that you want to think about in reference to your teenager, it is much more common than you might expect. Understanding what is and is not allowed when it comes to sexting is important in keeping your teens safe.
For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E10 What Happens if My Child Shoplifted, and How Do They Prove It? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Shoplifting is a common crime amongst juveniles. While you may think that the penalties won't be severe since this is common, this is not always the case. Learn more in this episode. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E11 Can the Police Talk to My Child Without Me There? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients. In this episode, she explains your rights as a parent when the police want to talk to your child, as well as your child's rights to remain silent or consult with a parent or lawyer before talking to the police. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S12:E12 Can the School Question My Child Without My Consent? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jill Ruane tackles common issues in children's criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients. In this episode, she explores what happens if a school official tries to question your child without parental consent. For help with a Connecticut juvenile defense case or dealing with your child's school, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E1 Do You Have to Consent to a Police Request? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode, Attorney Ruane discusses police requests and situations in which you do and do not have to comply with them.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E2 Should You Comply With Police Commands? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
How should you deal with police commands if you are stopped by an officer? Attorney Ruane walks you through this situation on this episode of the podcast.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E3 Is Consent Usually the Officer's Only Lawful Way to Search You? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
There are many different situations where the police can and cannot search you. Attorney Ruane explains some of the common situations on this episode. Check it out to make sure you know when the police can and cannot search you.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E4 Should You Argue With the Police Officer? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Arguing with the police is never a good idea. Attorney Ruane elaborates on this episode.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E5 What Should I Be Telling the Officer Who is About to Arrest Me? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode, Attorney Ruane talks about speaking with an officer when an arrest is about to be made. What should you say and not say? Find out here.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E6 Do the Police Need to Tell Me My Rights When Arresting Me? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Should you be informed of your rights upon an arrest by the police? Attorney Ruane answers this question on this episode of the podcast.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E7 How Can I Assert My Right to Remain Silent? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
You have the right to remain silent if you are pulled over or interviewed by the police. How can you invoke this right? Find out on this podcast episode.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E8 If I Have a Warrant, Should I Turn Myself In? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
If there is a warrant out for your arrest, what is the best course of action? Check out this podcast episode to learn more.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E9 Do I Have the Right to Make a Phone Call in Jail? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Will you be able to make a phone call after you have been arrested? Attorney Ruane answers this question here.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E10 What Should I Say on My Phone Call From Jail? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Who should you call from jail and what should you say? Find out on this episode of the podcast.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E11 Who Should I Be Pleading My Case to After Being Arrested? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
If you have questions about what happens after an arrest, check out this episode of the podcast. Here, Attorney Ruane talks more about pleading in a criminal case.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E12 What If the Victim Wants to Drop Charges? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
In some cases, it actually doesn't matter if an alleged victim wants criminal charges dropped against a defendant. Learn more on this episode of our podcast.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E13 How Often Should I Be Telling Others About My Case? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Is it a good idea to tell other people about a pending criminal case? You should always consult with a lawyer before talking about your case with others. Learn more here.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E14 Will Compliance With an Officer's Demands Help Me? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
When should you cooperate with the police, and how far should you go to meet their demands? Attorney Ruane explains more on this episode.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E15 What If I Didn't Know What I Had Done Was Illegal? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Facing a criminal charge can come as a shock to some people, especially when they do not realize that their actions were illegal. Learn more about what happens if a crime is committed but you didn't know that what you did was illegal on this episode.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E16 How Can I Get a Motion to Dismiss or Suppress? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode, Attorney Ruane explains what the motions to dismiss and suppress are and how to get them in your case.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E17 Will Being a Good Person Help Me at My Trial? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
There are many ways that defendants can present themselves in a good light in front of prosecutors, judges, and juries. Your attorney can help you establish your good character in court. While this might not make a significant difference in your case, you can only gain by doing so. Learn more on this podcast episode.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E18 Can I Talk to the Judge About My Case? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
As a defendant in a criminal case, you may have the urge to explain your side of the story to the judge. There is a time and a place to speak to the judge in your case. Attorney Ruane explains more here.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E19 Will I See My Arresting Officer Again? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
If you are a defendant in a criminal case, you might wonder if you will see the arresting officer again. There are some situations where this might be the case. Attorney Ruane explains more on this episode of the podcast.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E20 Will a Plea Agreement Keep Me Out of Jail? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Many clients wonder if a plea agreement will help them avoid jail time. The truth is that it depends. Attorney Ruane explains some of the common scenarios in this episode.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E21 Will the Truth Come Out at My Try? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
If you are taking a criminal case to trial, you may have many questions about this process. One common question that we get at our office is - will the truth come out at trial? Attorney Ruane addresses this question here.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E22 When Can I Tell My Side of the Story? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
When you are accused of a crime, you want the opportunity to defend yourself and tell your side of the story. When will you get this chance? With the help of a lawyer, you will have the opportunity to tell your story. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E23 What Are the Ways My Charges Will Be Resolved? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
There are many different ways that criminal charges and accusations can be resolved. Attorney Ruane discusses these options and what to expect from your criminal case on this podcast episode.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E24 What Can I Do If I Think the Judge Was Unfair? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Are there options for defendants in criminal cases if they think that a judge has made an unfair assessment or ruling in their case? Attorney Ruane explores this idea on this episode of the podcast. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E25 What If I Don't Like My Current Lawyer? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
What are your options if you are not working well with your current lawyer? Attorney Ruane discusses what you should do if you want to communicate better with your lawyer or if you want to seek a new lawyer. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E26 Is a Public Defender as Good as a Private Lawyer? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode, Attorney Ruane explains some of the differences between a public defender and a private lawyer, and which option will be right for your situation. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E27 Do I Have to Pay For a Public Defender? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode, he explains if you need to pay to use the services of a public defender. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E28 Do I Have to Answer Police Questions Over the Phone? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
On this episode of the podcast, Attorney Ruane explains what you should do if you are contacted by the police by phone. Learn how to protect your rights here. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E29 Do I Have the Right to Know If I'm Under Investigation? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Will the police let you know if you are under investigation? When will they let you know, or when do they have to know? Attorney Ruane explains in this episode of the podcast. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E30 Can the Police Lie to You? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
While you would never think that the police would lie in order to get information or a confession, this could happen. Protect your rights by hiring a lawyer and learn more about what to do in this podcast episode. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E31 I Got Into an Accident and Drove Away, What Should I Do? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Hit-and-run situations can result in serious penalties for you. Attorney Jay Ruane explains what to do in this situation on this episode of the podcast. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E32 I Received a Subpoena, What Should I Do? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Facing a subpoena can be confusing and nerve-wracking. Let Attorney Ruane take you through this process with the information in this podcast episode. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E33 Will I Have to Speak Against My Friend or Family at Their Trial? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
No one wants to speak against a loved one if they are on trial, but there are some situations in which this might be necessary. Attorney Ruane provides more information here. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E34 Will There Be More Charges If I Lie During an Investigation? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Getting caught in a lie during an investigation is never a good thing. Attorney Ruane explains how to answer the tough questions and protect yourself. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E35 Can You Film the Police? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
Is it legal to film the police during an interaction? Attorney Ruane explains what you should do if you are stopped by the police and the best way to interact with them.
For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
S11:E36 The Police Are at My Door, Do I Let Them In? In this season of the Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, Attorney Jay Ruane tackles common issues in criminal cases and gives answers to common questions of clients.
What should you do if the police are knocking at your door? Attorney Ruane explains some common scenarios and what is expected of you on this podcast episode. For help with a criminal defense case, contact us at 203-925-9200.
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