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NCAA Drug Testing Consent Requirements

The NCAA requires that all student athletes consent to drug testing before they’re allowed to compete. While the NCAA does generally have the right to condition a student’s playing time on these tests, the experienced Hartford NCAA infraction lawyers may be able to challenge unsatisfactory outcomes. This could include contesting the accuracy of the tests…

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Firm News: Barry, Barall & Spinella Planning Move To Downtown

We’re excited to announce we recently purchased a 120-year-old building in downtown Manchester – the future home of Barry, Barall & Spinella, LLC. The 10,000-square-foot building is a perfect fit for the firm’s growing criminal defense and personal injury law practice, allowing our attorneys and staff to more conveniently and efficiently serve the people of…

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How Does the Exclusionary Rule Work in Connecticut?

A defendant in any criminal proceeding has the right to challenge the admissibility of improperly obtained evidence. Experienced Hartford criminal defense lawyers often file formal motions to suppress evidence if the evidence was seized illegally. A few examples of illegally seized evidence include searching your home because you look like someone else, searching you because…

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