This short clip provides a high-level understanding of the criminal justice system -- breaking down the difference between felonies versus misdemeanors.
Georgia Criminal Law takes a dive into the nuances of Georgia Criminal Law, the case process, current events, specific crimes, defenses, and interviews with other criminal lawyers.
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In this episode host Ryan Brown answers the question: What is a Grand Jury? He discusses the secretive process from the perspective of someone who has participated in the proceedings himself.
Listen now to learn about how defendants are charged with felonies at the hands of grand juries.
Episode four features our first guest. We talk trial tax, courage, and tips for young trial attorneys.
A discussion about one of the new crimes on the books here in Georgia
Attorney J. Ryan Brown addresses first offender in Georgia. Who is eligible, the pros and cons, and dispells a myth.
Presenting sponsors J. Ryan Brown and Charlie Cauble, two criminal defense attorneys in Newnan, GA talk Record Restriction and Sealing Records!
Difference between criminal and civil laws
“A practical guide to sentences in the Local Court” - a podcast which does exactly what the title says!
This excellent informative conversation style podcast is between Robyn and Anna which unpacks what to do to prepare for a plea in mitigation in the Local Court.
NOTE: There are several complimenta
In this episode of Season Six, Dan discusses employment discrimination in Connecticut.
Here, Dan explains how if you are a person of color, a member of the LGBTQ community, an immigrant, a person of a certain faith, an older person, or a differently-abled person, your work environment could be
For Episode Eight of this civil rights season, Dan Lage, civil rights lawyer, discusses equal opportunity in Connecticut education, and how there remains an ongoing battle to obtain equal footing for women and other students.
Connecticut schools as well as schools throughout the country need t
In this episode of Season Six, civil rights lawyer Dan Lage answers an important question - when a government employee violates your rights, who pays? Here, dan discusses civil rights violations. He also explores how cities and municipalities can be financially responsible for their employee's actio
In the final episode of the season, civil rights lawyer Dan Lage discusses how governmental agencies will fight to deny you your civil rights, and how the system could be stacked against you, unless you have a dedicated civil rights lawyer on your side. The multiple defenses and immunities the
In Season 7 of the podcast we will be featuring Attorney Jill Ruane, who handles juvenile criminal defense in Connecticut. In this first episode, she explains the basics of the juvenile justice system in Connecticut and the three types of cases it handles. In addition, she discusses how the juvenile
In episode two, Jill covers the laws for Connecticut teens and driving, including when the police can and cannot search the car your teen is in and how they should interact with police when driving.
Motor vehicle violations in Connecticut occur for drivers of all ages. However, there are some
In this episode, Attorney Jill Ruane shatters the myths of teenage sex crimes in Connecticut and gives examples of how your teen could end up on the wrong side of the law.
When it comes to teenage sex in Connecticut, consent is an important variable. In Connecticut, the age of consent is 16. This me
In this episode of Season Seven, Jill talks about decriminalization of marijuana and how a drug case is treated in the Connecticut juvenile justice system.
While marijuana has decriminalized or legalized marijuana in many states, recreational marijuana has not been legalized in Connecticut. This mea
Attorney Jill Ruane talks about the intersection of school discipline and the juvenile justice system in Connecticut. This episode of our podcast focuses on how you may not have as many protections in Connecticut schools as you may think!
A few common school issues that your Connecticut teen might f
In this episode, Connecticut juvenile defense lawyer Jill Ruane addresses a common issue for teens - alcohol use - and how parents can be liable for social host law violations.
If a teenager decides to drink at an adult's house in Connecticut, it is not just their future that is at stake - the adult
Attorney Jill Ruane, a lawyer who works with Connecticut juvenile criminal defense, talks about how your teen should interact with police both in school and in public, to give them tips on how to protect themselves.
In this episode of the podcast, Jill explains how to talk to your kids about their e
In this very special episode, Attorney Jill Ruane explains common crimes that Connecticut juveniles can be charged with so you can understand what the allegations are against your teen.
Some of the most common Connecticut crimes that teens face are:
To finish the season, juvenile defense lawyer Jill Ruane discusses how juvenile cases can be resolved and what to do to make sure your child's juvenile record is kept from the public.
In some cases, a Connecticut juvenile case can simply be dismissed from court. In this case, the record of the juven
In this special season of The Connecticut Criminal Law Podcast, we welcome Attorney Dennis Mancini, who tells us all about Connecticut professional license defense.
Obtaining a professional license in Connecticut can be a grueling process. There are usually education requirements, training, testing,