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Edward Czepiga has been an attorney practicing in Bridgeport for over 30 years. During this time he has represented the people of Fairfield County against major corporations, manufacturers and insurance companies. All of his clients receive personal attention and prompt answers to any questions they may have about their case. He prides himself on keeping direct lines of communications open with his clients and he is accessible to answer their questions seven days a week.
Attorney Edward Czepiga’s practice is limited to personal injury and criminal matters. Edward represents people who are injured in car accidents, fall downs, work place injuries, injuries caused by the negligence of a doctor and other cases where people are injured due through the fault of others. He also represents people who have been charged with crimes or motor vehicle violations.
Attorney Edward Czepiga has litigated cases throughout the State of Connecticut. He is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association and the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He is a past President of the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association and is currently on the Board of Directors. He was also appointed by the Chief Court Administrator for the State of Connecticut to the position of Fact Finder/Arbitrator for all judicial districts and as a member of the Standing Committee on Admission to the Bar for Fairfield County. He graduated from the University of Denver in 1976, and received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Bridgeport School of Law, where he was also the Editor-in-Chief of Law Review. He has served in numerous local community, civic, and charitable organizations.
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|Thu Dec 12 10:35:08 EST 2013|
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously yesterday that the state may use evidence from a court ordered mental examination of the defendant to rebut the defendant's expert who testified the defendant did not have the mental state to commit the crimed. Such use does not violat ethe defendant's right against self incrimination.
|State Gun Laws|
|Wed Dec 11 08:07:42 EST 2013|
The NY Times has an article today about state gun control laws. Since the tragedy at Sandy Hook 109 gun laws have been passed by the various states. Of those, 70 have loosened gun control and 39 have tightened it. Several states have sought to nullify federal gun control and have passed laws nullifying federal gun control in their states. Most states loosening gun control are in the control of the Republican Party.
|Mon Dec 09 10:40:00 EST 2013|
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|Mon Dec 09 09:11:50 EST 2013|
An article in the NY Times last week outlined how some federal prosecutors use the mandatory sentencing laws as a club to force defendants to take plea deals. If the defendant refuses the prosecutor will charge the defendant with more serious offenses, including those calling for life imprisonment. This practice is being reviewed by the Attorney General's office.
|Fri Dec 06 11:33:44 EST 2013|
A dfivided Court Of Appeals in Caqlifornia upheld a 1981 law which prohibits paid political advertisements on public television and radio.Those seeking to overturn the federal law claimed their first amendment right to free speech was violated by the law.An appeal to the Supreme Court may be sought.
|Thu Dec 05 08:27:04 EST 2013|
The state of New York is attempting to crack down on patday lenders.These are the short term lenders that will loan money "between paychecks" often at exorbitant interest rates which can exceed 400 percent.New York has issued subpoenaes to many of these companies and according to the NY Times has issued 35 cease and desist orders to various online lenders.
|Online Sales Tax|
|Wed Dec 04 08:44:23 EST 2013|
The Supreme Court refused to hear a case out of New Yorkin which New York's highest court required internet sellers to collect sales tax even though the company has no physical presence in the state.This may signal the beginning of the end of tax free shopping on the internet.
|Cellphones On Airplanes|
|Tue Dec 03 08:09:30 EST 2013|
Despite most fliers being opposed to having cellphone usage on airplanes the FCC will more than likely authorize their use leaving it up to the FAA and airlines to decide whether to allow them on airplanes.Most passengers would like to have access to data while flying but oppose making calls. However, if there is a way for the airlines to turn a profit on cellphone usage you can bet they will.
|Sentence In Rape Case|
|Mon Dec 02 13:03:18 EST 2013|
The Montana Attorney General's office has taken an appeal from a sentence the trial court gave to a convicted rapist . The defendant was a school teacher who was convicted of raping a 14 year old female student. The judge sentenced the defendant to 30 days in jail finding that the 14 year old looked older than her "chronological " age. The Attorney General's office believes the sentence is illegal.
|Religious Rights of Corporations|
|Mon Nov 25 11:06:01 EST 2013|
The Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow on whether a corporation has religious rights to freedom. At issue is whether a private corporation can refuse to comply with provisions of the Affordable Care Act which requires coverage for contraceptive and birth control. This is expected to be a major decision with far reaching implications for business in this country.