How Long Do You Have to Pay Child Support in Indiana?
Published in Family Law on October 14, 2022.
Financial support is crucial to your child’s ability to grow up in a stable environment. However, you might wonder how long you’ll have to pay child support in Indiana. When Does Child Support End in Indiana? Generally, under the Indiana child support law, a parent’s obligation to pay child support, which does not include support … continue reading
How Long Do You Go to Jail for Drug Possession in Indiana?
Published in Uncategorized on October 7, 2022.
There is no black-and-white answer to how long you will go to jail for a drug possession conviction in Indiana. The jail or prison sentence and other penalties will depend on several factors, including the type of drug, the quantity of the drug, and your prior criminal history. Your punishment will also depend on whether … continue reading
How Long Do the Police Have to File Drug Charges in Indiana?
Published in Uncategorized on September 30, 2022.
Typically, the police file drug charges right after an arrest. However, not every drug investigation concludes immediately, and some can even last months or years. But, the police cannot wait forever to file charges against you. Indiana’s statute of limitations will prevent them from leaving you in a state of uncertainty for too long. Having … continue reading
How to Successfully Recant a Domestic Violence Statement
Published in Uncategorized on September 23, 2022.
An argument between spouses or loved ones may start small. Yet, it can escalate into a physical attack or verbal threat, becoming domestic violence. Perhaps a witness or one of the parties calls the police, and they arrest the accused. However, after some time, the parties make up and want to return to normal. In … continue reading
Can You Be Charged with Murder for Self-defense?
Published in Uncategorized on September 16, 2022.
The right to self-defense is as old as time. However, the law is not as clear-cut as one might hope. The truth is you can still be charged with murder for self-defense. Not only can you be charged with murder, but you can be charged with other crimes such as manslaughter. However, being accused of … continue reading
What Is Felony Domestic Violence?
Published in Uncategorized on September 9, 2022.
Indiana law takes issues of violence between spouses, family members, and significant others seriously. In some instances, the prosecution charges the accused with a misdemeanor. However, there are many different factors that could result in felony domestic violence charges. Below we explain felony domestic violence in Indiana. We believe it’s imperative that you consult with … continue reading
What Are the Charges for Drug Trafficking in Indiana?
Published in Criminal Law on September 2, 2022.
All drug offenses are serious, but drug trafficking charges are some of the most severe. When most people hear the word trafficking, they think of large-scale drug operations across the southern border of the United States and Mexico. However, drug trafficking occurs within the confines of the country across state lines. What Charges Do You … continue reading
What Happens at a Preliminary Hearing for Domestic Violence?
Published in Criminal Law on August 31, 2022.
You were arrested, and now you are wondering, What happens at a preliminary hearing for domestic violence? If this is your first run-in with the law, you are probably unsure what to expect at a preliminary hearing for domestic violence. Contrary to the implications of popular TV shows, an individual accused of a crime is … continue reading
What Is a Legend Drug in Indiana?
Published in Criminal Law,Uncategorized on August 31, 2022.
Legend drug crimes are taken seriously at both the state and federal levels. A conviction for any legend drug-related crime may result in harsh penalties. If you or a loved one has been charged with illegal drug possession, you should seek the advice of a criminal defense lawyer immediately. With the help of a skilled … continue reading
Children of Convicted Felons Undergraduate Scholarship Winner
Published in Scholarship Winner on August 26, 2022.
Alexa BoyerOregon State Scholarship Contest Essay Living with a parent who falls down, climbs back up, only to trip and stumble back into drugs and unsavory choices weighed on me earlier than it should’ve. I learned valuable lessons from my father’s mistakes, but still suffered getting caught in the crossfire. I taught myself to set … continue reading