Criminal Defense Attorney in CT

You have the right to remain silent…

In each and every criminal defense case, our clients come first. We emphasize communication and keep them informed about their cases from the moment we begin representing them until a disposition is reached.

Our criminal defense practice covers many areas, including: DUI defense, drug offenses, traffic violations, violent offenses and sex crimes. Whether a misdemeanor or felony, no charge is too small or too serious for us. All criminal convictions impact our clients’ lives and our goal is to provide the best defense possible and lessen the impact of potential consequences. No judgement, just results.

Criminal offenses are a serious matter. If you’ve been questioned, arrested, or charged in court with a criminal offense in Connecticut, you need a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney who will fight for your future. The defense team at GKL Law offers dedicated, experienced legal counsel, when you need it most. Our team of attorneys has 60 years of combined experience representing clients on criminal charges, including:

  • Traffic violations
  • Vehicular homicide and vehicular assault
  • Sex crimes
  • Drug crimes
  • Domestic violence
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Protection orders
  • Property and Economic Crimes
  • Assault and battery
  • Malicious mischief
  • Weapons charges and firearm violations
  • Juvenile sex crimes
  • Federal Crimes

If you have been arrested, or are even suspected of a crime, you must act quickly to build a strong defense. Our team works tirelessly on our client’s behalf to avoid the repercussions associated with being charged or convicted of a crime. 

GKL Law is a team you can trust. We are ready to start building your defense plan today.


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Frequently Asked Questions

GKL Law offers experienced legal representation and attorney services in Criminal Defense. And while every case is different, here are a few commonly asked questions we get quite a bit.

Yes. You have the right to remain silent and the right to speak to an attorney prior to interrogation. However, police do have the right to ask you basic questions like your name and birth date.

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