If you have ever watched a television show or a movie about the police or criminal lawyers, you should already know that the United States Supreme Court held in a case called Miranda v. Arizona that a criminal suspect who is in police custody must be advised of his right to remain silent. If the suspect chooses to remain silent, that silence cannot be used against him in a trial.
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On May 16, 2013, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a client of Steven Knecht, a partner with Vonderheide & Knecht, by overturning the client’s convictions of criminal recklessness and resisting law enforcement
On March 21, the Indiana Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor for a client of Steven Knecht, a partner with Vonderheide & Knecht, overturning the client’s consecutive sentence enhancement as an habitual offender.
On March 7, Steven Knecht, a partner with Vonderheide & Knecht, presented an oral argument to the Indiana Supreme Court in an attempt to overturn a client’s sentence enhancement as an habitual offender