Hazing Penalties

Many of my clients are concerned that their fraternity could face criminal charges for hazing. Hazing penalties are serious. Call today.

Question:

Can my fraternity get in trouble for hazing?

Answer:

Hazing Penalties Fraternities and sororities in Connecticut, and everywhere else in the United States, are now prohibited from doing what was called hazing. In the 70s and 80s, it was still legal. You can get into some serious trouble as a fraternity or sorority for hazing. If you haze someone to the point where they end up either in the hospital or unconscious, there’s definitely going to be some fallout for your frat or sorority. People could possibly end up being in very serious trouble, particularly if somebody dies.

Hazing is off limits. It’s considered bullying, and it’s just not something that you want to do. If it’s something that you’ve found yourself part of and you need representation, just call me and I can certainly help you out with this.


Are you or a loved one facing criminal charges in Connecticut and have questions about hazing penalties? Contact the experienced Connecticut criminal defense lawyer  Erin Field today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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