Monthly Archives: September 2016

Can You Get in Trouble for Ignoring a Subpoena?

A subpoena is a legal document that legally requests a person to provide information, testimony, and/or evidence to the court regarding a criminal or civil matter. There are two types of subpoenas, one that requires your appearance in court to … Continue reading

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Examples of Unlawful Search and Seizures

The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution gives citizens the right to be free of unlawful or unreasonable searches and seizures by law enforcement officials. In fact, this very search and seizure law is one of the trademarks of … Continue reading

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Reducing Criminal Charges With a Plea Bargain

The main purpose of retaining legal counsel following an arrest is to avoid the maximum penalties for your criminal charges. In fact, reducing or dismissing criminal charges is the primary goal for you as the defendant, as well as your … Continue reading

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Inmate Evaluation and Prison Assignment in Indiana

Until the recent changes to the Indiana Criminal Code, anyone serving more than one year would be assigned to a prison rather than a county facility. But now, inmates are serving lengthier sentences in county jails, keeping prisons reserved for … Continue reading

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