Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Do’s and Don’ts of Getting Arrested

Movies are a poor example of what an arrest looks and feels like to the person being detained. It isn’t easy to imagine what it’s like to be arrested unless you have experienced or witnessed it first-hand. But in the … Continue reading

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FAQs About Juvenile Criminal Law

When children are in trouble with the law, they are sent through the juvenile court system. During this time, parents are reeling with questions and concerns regarding their minor’s future and freedom. If your teenager is currently facing criminal charges, … Continue reading

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Can I Use the Indiana Supreme Court Law Library to Research My Criminal Case?

The Indiana Supreme Court Law Library had its start after the year of 1867 when Indiana legislature passed an Act that gave the Supreme Court ownership and access to law books, which originated in the state library. Their Mission The … Continue reading

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Can I Use a Recorded Phone Conversation as Evidence in Court?

When someone is accusing you of a crime against them that you are innocent of, it can be frustrating finding ways to prove that they are lying, especially in a court of law. Many people in this situation turn to … Continue reading

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