Department of Motor
Reports from the Connecticut Office of Legislative Research:
Judicial Branch Statistics:
14-37a. Special operator's permit for purposes of employment,
education or medically necessary treatment.
14-227a. Operation while under the influence of liquor or drug or
while having an elevated blood alcohol content.
Sec. 14-227b. Implied consent to test operator's blood, breath or
urine. Testing procedures. License suspension. Hearing.
Sec. 14-227e. Community service for persons convicted of operation
while under the influence of liquor or drug.
Sec. 14-227g. Operation by person under twenty-one years of age while
blood alcohol content exceeds two-hundredths of one per cent.
Sec. 14-227h. Impoundment of motor vehicle operated by certain
persons arrested for operating while under the influence of liquor or
53a-40f. Persistent operating while under the influence felony
offender. Authorized sentences.
53a-56b. Manslaughter in the second degree with a motor vehicle:
Class C felony.
McCoy v. Commissioner of Public Safety, 300 Conn. 144 (2011)
We conclude that a breach of Sec. 14-227a does not fall within the motor
vehicle violation exception to the definition of a criminal "offense"
pursuant to General Statutes Sec. 53a-24 (a) and, therefore, a second
conviction under Sec. 14-227a within a ten year period is a felony because it
carries with it a term of imprisonment of up to two years.
State v. Haight.
279 Conn. 546 (2006)
operating a motor vehicle?
Tarro v. Commissioner of Motor Vehicles,
279 Conn. 280 (2006)
had a reasonable suspicion to stop a speeder.
State v. Milotte,
95 Conn. App. 616 (2006)
Police officer lacked a reasonable and articulable suspicion of criminal
activity to justify a warrantless investigatory stop of defendant's vehicle