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CT Supreme Court Overturns Murder Conviction

On Friday, September 2nd, the Connecticut Supreme Court overturned a New Britain man’s murder conviction on the grounds he was denied the right to a fair trial. The Court threw out the conviction and ordered a new trial in a 7-0 ruling. The defendant, Patrick Miles, was charged and convicted with murder after the 2017…

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Delays Will Hurt the Court System Long After the Pandemic Ends

The coronavirus pandemic is going to have a lasting impact on the court system in Connecticut and across the country long after it comes to an end. Nearly 12 months into the pandemic, thousands of cases are on hold in Connecticut civil and criminal courts. Once the courts reopen fully, there will be a backlog…

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Let Us Help Move Your Case Forward

In these unprecedented and unsure times, you can rest assured that Barry, Barall, Taylor & Levesque, LLC can work to move your case forward, whether it is in criminal or civil court. While many businesses have ceased normal operations, or have gone entirely remote, we continue to push forward with many different safety precautions in…

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Criminal Activity Spikes at the Holidays

This holiday season will be unlike any other holiday season in some respects, due to the pandemic. Many people are staying inside. Many shoppers are buying online. A lot of people are struggling financially because they can’t run their business, or they can’t meet with the people they need to see. Still, if there’s one…

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What Is Price Gouging?

When a supplier or retailer significantly bumps up the price of a product during a crisis or emergency, they can be investigated for and charged with price gouging. Partner Ryan Barry recently represented a client accused of price gouging by the Attorney General’s Office for selling face masks in violation of Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices…

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