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Tag Archives: conspiracy to commit assault in the first degree

Though Defendant’s Statement Was Not A “Model of English Grammar and Spelling,” It Was Voluntarily Made

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Written by Lindsay E. Raber, Esq. In a recent criminal law matter, the Appellate Court of Connecticut found that the trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying the defendant’s motion to suppress a written statement, claiming his Miranda waiver was not properly made. This case arose from an incident that occurred on August… Read more


Defendant Unsuccessfully Contests Jury Instructions on Intent, But Succeeds With Double Jeopardy Claim

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Written by Lindsay E. Raber, Esq. In a recent criminal law matter, the Appellate Court of Connecticut reversed in part and affirmed in part a defendant’s multi-count conviction following a coordinated ambush that left numerous victims with serious injuries. This case arose from an incident that occurred on August 2, 2004. An individual “orchestrated a… Read more