Connecticut House Arrest & Electronic Monitoring
In some cases where a person arrested for a crime would ordinarily face jail, it may be possible for an attorney to work out an arrangement that involves house arrest and electronic monitoring. House arrest and electronic monitoring may be penalty options depending on the circumstances of the offense and the criminal history of the convicted individual.
At Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, we utilize all of the available options to reduce the penalties that our clients are facing upon a criminal conviction. With more than 50 years of combined experience, we understand the criminal justice process and the rights that our clients have after being convicted of a DUI or other offense. We will keep you up to date on your case and provide you with honest expectations about the outcome.
For dedicated criminal defense, speak with us at a free initial consultation. We can provide the effective legal counsel you need to fight your charges. Contact us at 203-371-1000.
Additional House Arrest Details
Under house arrest, a person is confined to his or her home with the exception of limited periods where he or she may leave for work or to attend school. Other than those exceptions, the person must remain within the premises. An electronic bracelet may be used to track that person's whereabouts and activities. A failure to remain on the premises, or to otherwise violate the house arrest, will constitute a violation that results in incarceration.
For most people, house arrest and electronic monitoring is a preferable option. Not only does the convicted individual get to avoid incarceration, but he or she is still allowed to maintain a job or pursue education while satisfying a criminal sentence. There is typically a cost involved in a house arrest program with electronic monitoring.
Contact Us for House Arrest & Electronic Monitoring Information
For more information regarding house arrest and electronic monitoring in Connecticut, contact our firm by calling 203-371-1000. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss any concerns that you may have and the possible costs that will likely be involved.