7 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Criminal Defense Case
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Dealing with administrators on college vandilism charges can be trickier than you think. Call us today to learn how we can help.
What should I do if I’m charged with vandalism as a Connecticut college student?
I represented this guy a couple years ago who was a student at UConn, and he was locked out his door on a very, very cold winter night and he had been drinking. He was out there pounding on the door at 2 a.m. and nobody would come and open the door. I don’t remember what he picked up that was nearby, like a giant rock or something like that, but he smashed the window next to the door handle to get into the dorm. It ended up being a $500 repair. He hired me to represent him. These cases sound like they wouldn’t be any big deal, but dealing with college administrators on vandalism charges can be trickier than you think. You want to try to make sure that everything gets taken care of, that it’s done properly, and that you don’t end up with a record at the end of it.
If this is something that you’re being charged with, give me a call. I got that guy’s case taken care of for him. There were no ramifications other than paying the damage. It could have been more serious, but we got rid of it. Just give me a call and I can try to help you take care of this.
Do you or a loved one attend college in Connecticut and have questions about college vandalism charges? Contact the experienced Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyer at Field Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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