What Are the Safest and Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Indianapolis?
March 27, 2023 | Indianapolis News
Indianapolis is a wonderful city to live in, and countless individuals visit every year, enjoying everything the area offers. Whether you’re looking to move to Indianapolis or just visit, it’s helpful to understand the safest neighborhoods in Indianapolis and the ones you should steer clear of. The Safest Neighborhoods in Indianapolis, IN There are several… 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
Indianapolis Homicides Increased by Nearly 50% in First Half Of 2020
July 15, 2020 | Indianapolis News
Many cities throughout the country have reported drops in crime rates during the coronavirus shut down. Indianapolis is no exception. Overall crime rates in the city have decreased by 10 percent during the first six months of 2020. However, when you look at the specific figures, the picture is much different. Burglary rates decreased by… read more
Indianapolis Sees 100th Homicide of the Year
July 2, 2020 | Indianapolis News
Crime rates might have dropped during the coronavirus pandemic, but Indianapolis marked a sad milestone on June 18, 2020, that it did not hit until September of last year. The city marked its 100th homicide of the year. According to news reports, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department reported that a man was fatally shot around… read more
Can I get in Trouble for Breaking Holcomb’s Shelter in Place?
April 16, 2020 | Indianapolis News
The novel coronavirus COVID-19 is sweeping across countries and leaving a trail of disruption. The pandemic has spread to the U.S. and many states are leading the way to protect their citizens. One way that states are doing this is by declaring a shelter in place or stay at home order. As these are not… read more
Could We See Martial Law in Indiana Due to Coronavirus?
April 10, 2020 | Indianapolis News
It is unlikely that Indiana’s Stay At Home order will lead to martial law. The shelter in place orders issued throughout the country are intended to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Even though we may be under a State of Emergency, governments are still able to maintain control. What is Martial Law? Martial law… read more