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DUI Defense:

Are you facing a DUI Charge?  The stress of an arrest can weigh heavily on you.  Our firm is here to help.  PT&B attorneys have represented clients on

criminal matters in all of Connecticut's G.A. courthouses.  Our experienced attorneys are here to answer all of your questions and to let you know about the legal process you will be facing.  We will also inform you of your options and your chances of resolving your matter with a clean criminal history. Consultations are complimentary and we offer convenient late evening and weekend appointments.  Payment plans are available.


In the state of Connecticut, you are considered driving under the influence when:


•Drivers under 21 with a blood alcohol concentration level (BAC) of .02% or higher.


•Any vehicle requiring a commercial driver license with a BAC of .04% or higher.


•All drivers with a BAC of .08% or higher.

Under the implied consent law in Connecticut, by holding a State of Connecticut drivers license, you agree to submit to a chemical test of your blood, breath or urine. Refusing to abide by the implied consent law carries penalties similar to a drunk driving conviction.   If it is your first offense, you may be eligible for a diversionary program that can result in no conviction on your criminal record as well as a special permit to drive to your place of work.

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