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Don E. Therkildsen Jr., Attorney at Law

Don Therkildsen Jr. has a law practice in Waterbury (CT)
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Office, Waterbury, CT 06702
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  • Connecticut (CT) 1998
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    New Haven: Waterbury
    Legal News
    Hung jury in case of ex-Little Rock police officer
    Ct Post Prosecutors and defense lawyers agree that Moore drove toward Hastings as the officer ordered him to stop, but differ on what happened next. Hastings said he fired three shots at Moore and stepped out of the way as Moore's low-riding Honda went past ... more »
    Beau on trial for murder in NY designer's death
    Ct Post 4, 2011, file photo, Patrick Orlando-Cachay, left, and David Orlando-Cachay, speak to reporters outside criminal court in New York after leaving the arraignment of Nicholas Brooks, who is accused of murdering their sister Sylvie Cachay. New York City ... more »
    WikiLeaks: Snowden going to Ecuador to seek asylum
    Ct Post "As we have seen of late, I think 10 percent of Snowden's issues are now legal, and 90 percent political," said Douglas McNabb, an expert in international extradition and a senior principle at international criminal defense firm McNabb Associates. more »
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