If you take lost property in Indiana, does the State of Indiana consider that to be theft? Lawyer Steven Knecht discusses a recent court case that gives you the details.
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Do the police have to find a weapon used in a crime in order to convict you? How does this work in the state of Indiana?
When a judge recommends purposeful incarceration for sentencing, what does that actually mean? Lawyer Steven Knecht breaks down the legalese.
A majority of parents with minor children do not have a will. Even though they may not have many assets, these parents need a will more than a person with a seven figure estate.
Criminal defense lawyers spend too much time having to convince clients that jailhouse myths are not true. A popular but false jailhouse myth is that a criminal defendant is entitled to a minimum of 3 plea offers from the State, each better than the last offer received.
In Skirvin v. State, Skirvin argued that he should be allowed to withdraw his guilty plea because his lawyer was ineffective for not providing him with the 3 plea offers from the State that he was entitled to receive. The Court of Appeals ruled that Skirvin’s belief that he was entitled to 3 plea offers lacked merit. The ...