No Age Limit on Connecticut Theft Charges

by Field Law Office, LLC |Criminal, Criminal Charges, Shoplifting, Theft

Don’t expect the Connecticut legal system to have pity on your because of your age or ability. Sixty-year old career burglar Okasana Lysenko is again in front of the judge for new charges. Lysenko has 40 convictions on her record,… Read More

Potential Sexual Assault, a Dead Body, and Missing Drugs Mark Connecticut’s 2009 Vibes Festival

by Field Law Office, LLC |Criminal, Drugs

Referred to as the Northeast’s “premier music, arts, and camping festival”, the third annual Vibes gathering occurred a few weeks ago in Seaside Park. The festival has been back and forth between locations over the last few decades but seems… Read More

Bird Fighting Rings Warrants Animal Cruelty Charges in CT

by Field Law Office, LLC |Criminal, Criminal Charges

Typically if you hear of animals being trained to fight for human pleasure you think of dogs or even roosters. A recent case out of Danbury, however, uncovered the lesser known practice of finch fighting. According to this article from… Read More

Arson Conviction Upheld in High Profile 2006 Case

by Field Law Office, LLC |Criminal, Criminal Charges

Fifty-two year old Randall Licari was convicted in Bridgeport Superior Court in November of 2006 of 1st degree arson, first-degree larceny, insurance fraud, and conspiracy. The former supervisor for the New York Department of Environmental Protection was sentenced to 18… Read More

Car Part Theft Charges Add Up

by Field Law Office, LLC |Arrest, Criminal, Criminal Charges

Stealing from a scrap yard doesn’t seem like it could be a big money maker. Thieves have hit in Waterbury, however, and made off with quite a stash from Dana DeCapua’s livelihood, his auto scrap yard. Catalytic converters are car… Read More

Long Beach West Cottage Fires Result in Arson Charges

by Field Law Office, LLC |Criminal, Criminal Charges

An arrest has been made in the fire that burned 4 vacant cottages on Long Beach West last March. According to the Connecticut Post, carnival amusement manager Kevin Stewart of Trumbull faces 3rd degree arson charges and is currently out… Read More

Vandalism and Graffiti a Problem Statewide

by Field Law Office, LLC |Arrest, Criminal

Graffiti is typically done with spray paint on the side of a building. It is often the chosen art form of gangs and bored teens. Although the expressive crime may seem like a minor offense, the consequences can be quite… Read More

College Pranks Ends in Criminal Charges

by Field Law Office, LLC |Criminal, Criminal Charges

Students at Central Connecticut State University thought it would be funny to pull a little prank recently. They filled the halls of their dorm building with the smoke of burnt popcorn and tied several students’ dorm room doors shut. As… Read More

Infamous CT Hit and Run Still Unsolved

by Field Law Office, LLC |Criminal, Reckless

Last year footage of a hit and run made its way across the country and over the Internet. This Hartford case involved an elderly man crossing the street and being mercilessly struck by a vehicle and left for dead. The… Read More

Credit Card Fraud in Manchester CT

by Field Law Office, LLC |Bad Checks, Criminal

Credit Card fraud is a more common offense than you might think. Just last week a couple was arrested at a Manchester home after the police discovered they had thousands of dollars of fraudulently obtained merchandise delivered there. A credit… Read More

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