Most people in Connecticut make at least one poor decision during their teenage years, but not everyone faces criminal charges as a result. Police in New Canaan recently arrested an 18-year-old for allegedly breaking into an area supermarket. Although police believe three other people were involved, he was the only one arrested. The young man has since posted his $1,000 bond and is expected back in court on Jan. 15, 2020. It is likely that he may already be considering his criminal defense options as this date approaches.
New Canaan police recently arrested a man they believe was involved in a theft that occurred over two years ago. The out-of-state man is facing first-degree charges for both burglary and larceny, both of which may require a thorough criminal defense plan. He is also still in police custody, and a judge set his bond at $50,000 for each of the charges.
Connecticut consumers expect businesses to fulfill the services for which they are paid. However, as most business owners, especially building contractors know, unexpected situations can make it hard to meet deadlines. In some cases, a business owner might even be accused of abandoning a project altogether and fraudulent failing to pay back money.