What Does it Mean to Be an Accessory Before or After a Crime?
February 8, 2021 | Indiana Law
If you did not commit a crime, why are you being charged with a crime? Under Indiana’s law, being an accessory before or after a crime could result in a criminal charge equal to the crime committed by the other person. Being charged as an accomplice could result in significant jail time and other penalties,… 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
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
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