Many people believe that they cannot be charged with OWI if the police officer did not see them operating the vehicle. Steven Knecht lets us know if this bit of urban wisdom is true in the state of Indiana.
With a focus on criminal defense and family law, Vonderheide & Knecht practices in divorce, paternity, estates, wills, and appeals cases, as well as DUI/OWI, drug dealing, possession, and other criminal offenses ranging from theft to murder. Headquartered in Lafayette, Vonderheide & Knecht represents clients throughout Tippecanoe, Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Warren, and White Counties.
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