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What If I Was Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence?
November 28, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Domestic violence in any context must be taken seriously by all involved. Unfortunately, abuse can and does occur in troubled relationships. Because it can be difficult to sort out who did what in highly volatile relationships, it is important that we all look carefully at allegations and evidence of domestic abuse. Unfounded allegations of domestic… read more
5 Things to Know if You Are Falsely Accused
November 12, 2020 | Indiana Law
Being falsely accused of a crime means you have been accused of a crime you did not commit. Unfortunately, this is more common than one might think and happens across a range of crimes, from theft to sex crimes to homicide. The injustice can make you feel angry and helpless. It’s understandable that you might… read more
How to Know if You Hire a Good or Bad Criminal Defense Attorney
November 4, 2020 | Criminal Defense
It is no secret that a good criminal defense attorney is one of the keys to putting up a robust defense. A skilled criminal defense attorney will know what to do at each step of your case, from interviewing witnesses and filing motions on your behalf, to negotiating a plea deal and representing you in… read more
How Should I Handle Out of State DUI Charges?
September 24, 2020 | DUI Defense
Facing DUI charges can be a stressful and life-altering experience. That anxiety and stress are compounded when the charges are in a state other than your home state. While you may know and understand the DUI laws in your home state well, you are also required to be aware of DUI laws and other traffic… read more
Is It Legal to Live in a Camper in Your Backyard in Indiana?
September 10, 2020 | Indiana Law
Recreational vehicles (RVs) are becoming more popular as people search for inexpensive living arrangements. The benefit of living in an RV full-time is that you can move your home whenever you desire. You can travel throughout Indiana and the United States. With more people telecommuting instead of working in an office, purchasing an RV may… read more
White River Township Firefighter Arrested for DUI
September 2, 2020 | DUI Defense
Johnson County police officers arrested a White River Township firefighter on charges of drunk driving. According to reports, the firefighter was speeding on May 9, 2020, when a deputy pulled him over. Raymond W. Denson of Greenwood faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol. A deputy stopped Denson for speeding on County Line… read more
How Does Bail Work in Indiana?
August 30, 2020 | Indiana Law
When someone is arrested, a top concern is how to get out of jail as quickly as possible. Posting bail allows a person to leave jail and remain out of jail pending the outcome of the criminal case. In Indiana, there are several ways to post bail. How is Bail Decided in Indiana? When police… read more
IMPD Investigating Fatal Shooting on Indy’s East Side
August 28, 2020 | Indianapolis News
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) is investigating a double shooting in East Indianapolis. The shoot happened on August 2, 2020, around 7:45 that evening. Police found two individuals suffering from what appeared to be gunshot wounds close to the intersection of North Franklin Road and East 34th Street. Police responded to another shooting on… read more
How Hard is it to Pass the Indiana Bar Exam?
August 10, 2020 | Indianapolis News
Indiana is one of the couple dozen states that have not adopted the Uniform Bar Examination developed by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE). That does not necessarily mean that the Indiana bar exam is more or less difficult than the UBE. The bar exam is standard for all applicants in Indiana. How difficult… read more
Investigators List 6 Potential Crimes in Lake Monroe Assault Case
July 29, 2020 | Indianapolis News
The Associated Press (AP) has been following an incident that occurred at Lake Monroe over the July Fourth weekend. The AP requested and obtained a 68-page document from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources in response to a public records act request. In addition to state investigations, the FBI has confirmed that it is also… read more