In this article, Steven Knecht discusses the top 4 most common mistakes people make when they're arrested.
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To be convicted of Operating while Intoxicated, the State must prove that you were operating a vehicle. What does this mean under Indiana law?
In a recent ruling, the Court of Appeals reversed a conviction for the possession of a narcotic drug.
If you have been accused of a crime, it is critical to hire a qualified and experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as you become aware of the accusation to protect your legal interests. While the best advice will come from your attorney, here are five things you can do now to protect yourself after being accused of a crime.
1: Realize the importance of accusations
If you have been accused of a criminal offense, the lifelong consequences can be serious. Many people who are accused experience a period of denial about the significance of the charges and delay hiring an attorney. Howe...
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.