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Driving with a Suspended License in Indiana (DWLS)

Published in Uncategorized on November 8, 2021.

Get Help from Experienced DWLS Defense Lawyers Right Away What would we do without our cars? We love and need them—they’re essentially our lifelines to get to work, school, the grocery store, and even the hospital. So getting caught driving on a suspended license can lead to a long path of legal troubles which can … continue reading

An Overview of Indiana Self-Defense Law

Published in Uncategorized on November 8, 2021.

Indiana self-defense laws are covered under Indiana Code 35-41-2. They strongly support the principle that people have the right to defend themselves and others from physical harm and crime. These laws also protect someone’s right to feel safe and secure in their own home against unlawful intrusions.  Self-defense is an affirmative defense. This means you … continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About Indiana’s Concealed Carry Law

Published in Uncategorized on September 23, 2021.

Indiana Concealed Carry Law Indiana’s concealed carry license permits both open and concealed carry of handguns. The statutes are mute in regard to long guns. You do not need the permit to purchase a handgun in Indiana. You must carry the permit at all times while possessing a concealed handgun. Anyone with a permit can … continue reading

Surety Bond vs. Cash Bond: What Are The Main Differences?

Published in Uncategorized on August 16, 2021.

No one wants to sit in jail if they do not have to, especially when they have not been convicted of a crime. Fortunately, when law enforcement charges someone with a crime, the court sometimes provides an option to release them as they await trial. They do this via several methods, including letting them out … continue reading

Marion County to Stop Charges for Simple Possession of Marijuana

Published in Uncategorized on September 30, 2019.

CBS WTTV reports today that Marion County will no longer pursue charges for simple possession of marijuana. This is big news for Marion County and Indianapolis. It means that nearly 400 cases of simple possession won’t be pursued by the county. The policy is the first in the state to be enacted and may have … continue reading

Indy 500 Weekend – If You Get Arrested

Published in Uncategorized on May 24, 2019.

What Should I Do After an Arrest at the Indy 500? People come from all over the country to see the Indy 500. Whether you’re one of our visitors or you’re a local – you need to be careful and pay attention to your surroundings this weekend. Getting arrested at the Indy 500 can happen … continue reading

FRAUD ALERT – Be Aware of Recent Fraudulent Phone Calls

Published in Uncategorized on January 30, 2019.

Recent Fraudulent Activity Eskew Law has received notice that there was a recent attempt to impersonate a lawyer from our firm. The person in question called demanding thousands in dollars in order to avoid criminal charges. This was an attempt at fraud, if you receive a call like this, you should hang up immediately. Don’t … continue reading

Statement from Eskew Law on Noblesville West School Shooting

Published in Uncategorized on June 5, 2018.

We are looking for a new receptionist

Published in Uncategorized on July 14, 2016.

Eskew Law is looking for a new receptionist! Our downtown law Firm is looking for a full-time receptionist. The job requires a cheerful and outgoing personality with a desire to help all types of people with all types of problems. Professional appearance is required. Duties include answering multiple phone lines, routing calls, greeting clients, knowledge … continue reading

America’s Heroin Epidemic Explained in 6 Charts

Published in Uncategorized on April 29, 2016.

It’s no secret that the use of heroin in the U.S. has been increasing at an alarming rate. Many, including the CDC, are calling it an epidemic. As the number of heroin users has escalated, so too have heroin-related overdose deaths. Between 2002 and 2013, the rate of heroin-related overdose deaths has increased by more … continue reading