Windham County, VT Criminal Lawyers

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William Edward Kraham
Criminal, Family Law, Personal Injury
15 Grove St, Po Box 447
Brattleboro, VT 05302, Windham County
Gwendolyn W. Harris
Criminal, Accident & Injury, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Toxic Mold & Tort
14 Park Place, PO Box 8177
Brattleboro, VT 05304, Windham County
Michael J. Hertz
14 Elliot St,
Brattleboro, VT 05301, Windham County
Walter C Bansley
Criminal, Real Estate, Litigation, Juvenile Law, Family Law
West Dover, VT 05356, Windham County

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Sample VT Criminal Cases

... It is the policy of this state to assist federal, state and local criminal justice and law enforcement agencies in the identification, detection or exclusion of individuals who are subjects of the investigation or prosecution of violent crimes. ...

... more). The criminal charge was consolidated with the related civil-suspension proceeding. See id. § 1206(a). ¶ 4. Defendant moved to suppress all of the evidence against him and to dismiss both the criminal and civil cases. He ...

... The court concluded that "this probation violation situation is not materially different than a new criminal charge for purposes of [a restitution] proceeding." With regard to whether defendant had the ability to pay the restitution amount, the court held that "[g]iven the fact that he is ...

... Citing our decision in State v. Emilo, 144 Vt. 477, 481, 479 A.2d 169, 171 (1984), the district court stated that a police officer must have a reasonable and articulable suspicion of criminal activity before detaining a person for further investigation after a routine traffic stop. ...

... The superior court held that the criminal limitations period, set out in 13 VSA §§ 4501 and 4503 [1] , could not be waived. We affirm. ... As this case involves statutory interpretation of the criminal statutes of limitation set forth in § 4501 and § 4503, we review it de novo. ...