What is Prosecutorial Discretion?
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What is Prosecutorial Discretion?

  By Atty. Cynthia Exner The Department of Homeland Security prioritizes removing foreign nationals who are a danger to our US communities. Many people who have no criminal…

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At AARP Connecticut, What We Do May Surprise You!
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At AARP Connecticut, What We Do May Surprise You!

  By Nora Duncan When you think of AARP in Connecticut, do you think of offers to exciting events and local attractions, as well as movie screenings? You…

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T-ball is a Great Introduction to Organized Sports for Any Child
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T-ball is a Great Introduction to Organized Sports for Any Child

  By Estela Camacho The D.A.Y.O. T-Ball program has been a part of the Danbury Community for the past few decades. The program is open to boys and…

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Making Sense of Automobile Insurance Definitions
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Making Sense of Automobile Insurance Definitions

  By Rute Mendes Caetano, Esq. Auto insurance is designed to protect you from the financial risks that come with owning and operating a vehicle – risks like…

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Got Married or Divorced in the United States? What Do You Do Now?
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Got Married or Divorced in the United States? What Do You Do Now?

  By Atty. Jefferson Calili Did you get married or divorced in the United States? Perhaps you are considering getting divorced, but your partner lives in Brazil? You…

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WHAT IS ONE THING THAT YOU ARE MOST GRATEFUL FOR IN 2015?
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WHAT IS ONE THING THAT YOU ARE MOST GRATEFUL FOR IN 2015?

Nina Merlonghi “Ending 2015, ‘the sky is the limit!’ I am grateful for my business, Punchthesky Fitness, known as a ‘happy place’ where I deliver what I love most,…

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Slip and Fall Cases in the State of Connecticut: Insights from Attorneys Peter Baez and Nathan Nasser of Ventura, Ribeiro & Smith
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Slip and Fall Cases in the State of Connecticut: Insights from Attorneys Peter Baez and Nathan Nasser of Ventura, Ribeiro & Smith

  Unfortunately one can slip and fall anywhere, any time. It can happen in a supermarket, a store, someone’s home, a driveway, a parking lot or on the…

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Permanent Residency Applicants: Tips on How to Complete Your Case Inside the US
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Permanent Residency Applicants: Tips on How to Complete Your Case Inside the US

  By Attorney Cynthia R. Exner Foreign persons applying for permanent residency in the US who are in legal status, or have started a process before April 30,…

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U.S. Citizenship — The Only Way to Travel Freely
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U.S. Citizenship — The Only Way to Travel Freely

New America Media, News Report, Anthony Advincula MIAMI — Sarai Portillo, 35, never planned on becoming a U.S. citizen. She thought having a green card was enough for…

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Be the Hero of Your Own Story
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Be the Hero of Your Own Story

By Eric Faria Mark Twain once famously said: “The world owes you nothing. It was here first.” That statement may sound a bit harsh, but think about it:…

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