Reverse or Shorten a Permanent Loss of License After a 3rd DUI Conviction

If your privilege to drive has been permanently revoked under CGS 14–227a(g) because of a 3rd conviction for DUI you may still be eligible to petition the DMV to reverse that suspension or reduce the length of that suspension. CGS...

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An Act Concerning Responsible and Equitable Regulation of Adult-Use Cannabis

In June, Governor Lamont signed into law An Act Concerning Responsible and Equitable Regulation of Adult-Use Cannabis. This sweeping act drastically changes how the State of Connecticut deals with possession and cultivation of Marijuana and even...

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Covid-19 Vaccine Timeline Update

Connecticut has moved forward it's Covid-19 vaccine timeline! Everyone over 45 will be eligible on Friday March 19 and all residents 16 and older will be eligible on April 5, 2021. This moves forward the eligibility for the younger group by more...

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Coronavirus Vaccine Phase 1b Expansion

Governor Lamont announced today that he has expanded the next phase of Coronavirus vaccines. The expanded group will include anyone over the age of 65 and anyone with a high risk health condition. The newly expanded Phase 1b will now include...

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Executive Order 9N

Governor Ned Lamont issued Executive Order 9N today. It increases the fine for businesses that fail to comply with the State's Covid -19 protocols from $500 to $10,000. The order takes effect at 12:01am Thanksgiving morning. The full Executive...

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Executive Order 9L

On November 9, 2020 Governor Ned Lamont issued Executive Order 9L extending the expiration date of his previously issued coronavirus related Executive Orders. Specifically his Executive Orders issued on March 10, 2020 and September 1, 2020 have now...

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Connecticut back to Phase 2.1 of Covid-19 protocol

Due to the increased spread of the coronavirus Governor Lamont has moved Connecticut back to Phase 2.1 of the Covid-19 protocol. Under Phase 2.1 rules restaurants, entertainment and recreation and commercial venues will have a 10pm closing time 7...

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Jury Trials to Remain on Hold

The Connecticut Judicial Branch announced that it is delaying indefinitely plans to restart jury trials due to the continued spread of the Covid -19 virus. The Judicial Branch had initially targeted November 1st to restart jury trials which had...

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Notice of Resumption of Short Calendar 01 (Civil Arguable Matters)

According to the State Judicial Website civil short calendar calls will begin again on October, 26 2020. See the full announcement below: Notice of Resumption of Short Calendar 01 (Civil Arguable Matters) Beginning with the October 26, 2020...

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Executive Order 7000

On August 21 Governor Ned Lamont issued Executive Order 7000. The order extends the moratorium on residential evictions until October 1, 2020. There three exceptions to this moratorium. The exceptions are- *nonpayment of rent due on or before...

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