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Connecticut Hit and Run Laws

Connecticut Hit and Run Laws

Connecticut hit and run laws: When does a hit and run turn into a felony? Under General Statutes 14-224, Connecticut hit and run law, an accident that results in property damage is a misdemeanor if the driver flees the scene and does not provide reasonable assistance...
Connecticut Sexting Laws

Connecticut Sexting Laws

Is sexting a misdemeanor or felony in the constitution state? Connecticut sexting laws say that possessing, receiving, or sending sexually explicit media depicting an individual below 16 is a felony. If the sender and recipient are between the age of 13 and 17, they...
Dog Bite Laws Connecticut

Dog Bite Laws Connecticut

Connecticut dog bite laws work under the assumption that a dog owner is liable for dog-related injuries even if he or she does not know of the dog’s vicious propensities. That means Connecticut is a “strict liability state”, where, trespassing...
Connecticut Whistleblower Laws

Connecticut Whistleblower Laws

A Summary of Connecticut Whistleblower Laws Employees in Connecticut can be relieved from work for any reason due to the practice of the employment-at-will doctrine. However, nowadays, there are exceptions to this doctrine, which make it illegal to discharge employees...
Connecticut Child Support Laws

Connecticut Child Support Laws

The state uses a version of the “income shares” model that is very similar to what Arkansas now uses. If you are going through a divorce or if there is a strife between you and your partner. Without a doubt, you have questions concerning “who is going to take care of...
Connecticut Car Seat Laws

Connecticut Car Seat Laws

A Summary of Child Car Seat Laws in Connecticut Children less than 3 years of age weighing less than 30 pounds must ride on a rear-facing seat.Toddlers of age range 2 to 4 with a weight of less than 40 pounds should use a forward-facing seat.A child can graduate from...