Monthly Archives: January 2017

Is it Possible to Reduce My Criminal Charges?

One of the most common reasons why defendants retain criminal defense representation is to avoid the maximum penalties for their charges. This includes fighting to reduce their criminal charges and the consequences that come with them. So yes, it is … Continue reading

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How to Seal Your Arrest Record After a Diversion Agreement

Minor arrests that do not result in criminal charges are rare but not uncommon in Indiana. Infractions like public intoxication, for example, are generally dealt with by arresting the offender and placing them in a holding cell, colloquially known as … Continue reading

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Can a Cop Be Fired for Excessive Use of a Taser?

Police officers are an incredible and significant line of defense for our cities and surrounding communities. But sometimes, just as any person in any vocation, cops can make poor choices that result in serious penalties. For instance, using their registered … Continue reading

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Do I Have to Answer My Door if it’s the Police?

One of the most common questions received by criminal defense attorneys is, “Am I legally obligated to answer my door if it’s the police?” And it is actually a very good question. Answering the door doesn’t usually cause any sort … Continue reading

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