Attorney Salvatore Bonanno offers straightforward advice and representation to individuals who may be suspected of criminal activity, arrested, or formally charged in Connecticut. At the Law Offices of Salvatore Bonanno, you will talk directly to Attorney Bonanno, not to a junior associate or a paralegal. If you are facing a criminal charge in Connecticut, the criminal justice system can be overwhelming. Will you spend time in jail? Will you lose your job? Will you have a record? Attorney Salvatore Bonanno will answer these questions for you and guide you through the process of what to expect.
The criminal justice system can be overwhelming and an experienced criminal defense lawyer can help you navigate it. In his 30+ years of experience, Attorney Bonanno’s results speak for him: satisfied clients, many referrals, and positive outcomes.
Criminal Defense: Areas of Legal Practice
Attorney Bonanno has over 30 years experience with the Connecticut judicial system.
DUI is a very serious manner that can affect your everyday life in so many ways.
These are some of the most serious charges someone can face with the potential for many years of incarceration.
If charged, you will be ordered to turn over any firearms, and required to domicile elsewhere among many other things.
Causing harm to someone or having the intent to harm are just a few of the many examples of potential assault charges.
Connecticut takes drug crimes very seriously. From possession to intent to sell and trafficking. All have if convicted, serious consequences.
Violent crime convictions carry the most severe consequences in the criminal justice system.
If you have been granted probation after being convicted of a crime, this is a favorable outcome; however, if you have breached any of the conditions of your probation, you will be charged with a probation violation.
If you are under oath or in any official proceeding and intentionally and knowingly make a false statement, you are committing perjury.
Connecticut laws are incredibly strict when it comes to illegal behavior with any weapon.
A pardon can completely erase your criminal record, wiping the slate clean.
Depending on the value of the money or property stolen, larceny can be either a misdemeanor or a felony.