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Can You Sue Uber or Lyft for Assault in Indiana?

Published in Criminal Law on May 17, 2023.

Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft have become increasingly popular in recent years. However, with the rise of these services, there has also been a rise in reports of rideshare sexual assault and rideshare assault. If you are the victim of assault during a rideshare, you may wonder if you can sue Uber or Lyft. … continue reading

The Role of Intent in Drug Crime Cases in Indiana

Published in Criminal Law on May 10, 2023.

Drug offense cases in Indiana are serious, with penalties ranging from fines and community service to long-term imprisonment. One crucial factor in these cases is the role of intent, which can significantly impact the outcome of a trial. In this blog, we will discuss the significance of intent in drug crime cases in Indiana. What … continue reading

Drug Crime Sentencing in Indiana: What to Expect

Published in Criminal Law on May 3, 2023.

In Indiana, drug crimes are taken very seriously and carry significant penalties, including jail time, probation, and steep fines. If you or someone you know has been charged with a drug crime in Indiana, it is essential to understand what to expect regarding sentencing. Having an experienced lawyer who has handled drug cases before can … continue reading

The Impact of Drug Addiction on a Drug Crime Case

Published in Criminal Law on April 12, 2023.

It is no secret that America has a drug problem. In fact, according to the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics, 1.16 million Americans are arrested annually for drug-related offenses.  Drug addiction is a prevalent issue in Indianapolis and around the country. Drug addiction often leads people into a life of crime and legal issues. … continue reading

Can the Spouse of a Felon Own a Gun in Indiana?

Published in Criminal Law on March 29, 2023.

The Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, grants us certain fundamental rights. Our rights are personal to us as individuals, and we can choose to exercise them if we want. Thus, under the Second Amendment and the Indiana State Constitution, you have the right to possess a firearm if you … continue reading

Indy 500 Weekend – If You Get Arrested

Published in Criminal Law on March 10, 2023.

Everyone knows how important the Indianapolis 500 Race is to people all over the world.  Since its beginnings in 1909, the race has annually presented fans with opportunities to celebrate.  In fact, during the weeks leading up to the race, the city prepares for the crowds of people that flock to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, infield, and … continue reading

Summer Festival Safety & Undercover Cops

Published in Criminal Law on March 2, 2023.

Summer is a great time for music lovers. Especially in Indiana. Every year Klipsch Music Center (Deer Creek), The Lawn at White River, Warm Fest and many great local venues put on all star lineups of concerts for people in and around Indiana to attend in enjoy.  Unfortunately, concerts like these also mean added security … continue reading

Criminal Background Check Laws in Indiana: Facts to Know

Published in Criminal Law on March 1, 2023.

Criminal Defense Attorney Serving all of Indianapolis Sometimes it is a stupid mistake. Other times a person has left prison or jail and is ready to start fresh. A criminal conviction puts a red circle on one’s name when looking for jobs or even housing. While some consider it part of the penalty of committing … continue reading

What Is Aggravated Drug Possession in Indiana?

Published in Criminal Law on February 22, 2023.

The term “drug possession” can encompass many scenarios, from minor to the most serious drug offenses. While it is true you can face unsavory consequences for even minimal marijuana possession, a conviction for aggravated drug possession will almost surely result in much more severe sanctions. Whether or not this is your first time in trouble … continue reading

Can Minors Be Charged With Sexual Abuse

Published in Criminal Law on February 1, 2023.

Some studies suggest that minors make up around 25.8% of all sex offenders known to the police. They also comprise over one-third of sex offenders known to police whose victims were juveniles. Most known juvenile sex offenders are between the ages of 12 and 17. Almost 93% are male. Further, a vast majority of sex … continue reading

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