Steven Knech won a reversal on appeal of a felony resisting law enforcement conviction.
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Indiana expungement law allows you to seek expungement of arrests, charges, and convictions that occurred in different Indiana counties, but a deadline exists for doing so. You must file your petitions for expungement in all of the different counties within one year of the filing date of your first expungement petition.
You may seek expungement only once in your lifetime. Therefore, it is critical that you comply with the one year rule for filing if you have criminal records in multiple counties. Contact us today to discuss your options under Indiana’s expungement law.
Steven Knecht won a reversal on appeal of a Child in Need of Services (CHINS) deterimination because the coercive intervention of the trial court was not required to protect the children.
Steven Knecht discusses how a drug conviction can happen even without physical evidence.
Steven Knecht won a reversal of a leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death conviction on appeal based on a double jeopardy violation.