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Sometimes an attorney can work with the State’s Attorney to find a resolution even after a client has already used the Accelerated Rehabilitation program. It just takes a little thinking outside the box.
A client who was a contractor was accused of going into a woman’s dresser while working on her apartment and taking some money out of it. The actual charges were Larceny 5th degree (53a-125a), Breach of Peace (53a-1810, and Simple Trespass (53a-110a).
A client’s first attorney did not do much in negotiating a good offer, and the client’s bail bondsman called me to see if I would take the case over. I got the drug charges dropped, and the mandatory-minimum and no more on the gun charge.
I took over a Home Invasion case from a senior attorney who did very little for the client. Hired a forensic investigator for his computer system, and another investigator to re-interview the witnesses. After quite a bit of work, I got the Home Invasion charge dropped.
A client is accused of working with a sibling to engage in cashing counterfeit checks in Meriden Superior Court. The charges were Larceny 3rd degree (53a-124) and Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3rd degree (53a-124).