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According to recent statistics from the Prison Policy Initiative, there are nearly 45,000 unique jail admissions in Connecticut annually. In the state of Connecticut, imprisonment is among the most prevalent punishment for offenders convicted of a crime. Imprisonment aims to deprive the defendant of their freedom and protect society against crime.

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Juveniles (individuals younger than eighteen years of age) can be arrested and charged with crimes in Connecticut. Depending on their ages and charges, cases may proceed in either juvenile or criminal court. Also, depending on the conduct, parents may be liable civilly for the torts of their children.

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Virtual trials and hearings may become common-place in our judicial system. In the past month I have tried cases in-person and virtually. Here is a comparison based on my experiences.

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