Monthly Archives: January 2020

Facts About Immunity in Criminal Cases

Our country’s Constitution gives every United States Citizen various liberties and freedoms. One of which that has to do with criminal charges is our 5th amendment, which protects criminal suspects from self-incrimination. What does that mean for those facing criminal … Continue reading

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Indiana Penalties for Arson Crimes

When someone intentionally sets fire to something of value by means of fire, explosives, or destructive device, and property damage results, they have committed the crime of arson. Arson is NOT the crime of intentionally setting fire to cause bodily … Continue reading

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Is it Legal to Buy Marijuana in Illinois and Bring it Back to Indiana?

Illinois has joined the various other states in their 2019 ballot initiative to legalize recreational and medical marijuana consumption. This means that Illinois residents, 21 years and older, are legally permitted to possess, transport, consume, and even cultivate cannabis. As … Continue reading

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Can I Be Arrested for Setting a Fire on My Property?

Whether it’s a pile of leaves, your ex’s forget-me-nots, or simply a curious science experiment in the works, there are many of reasons why you might be asking about the legalities of setting a fire on your property. As it … Continue reading

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Tips for Being Deposed for a Criminal Case

A Notice of Deposition is simply a legal phrase that describes a formal meeting that involves a recorded interview under oath. If you received one, it means that you are being asked to provide answers under oath as a witness … Continue reading

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Penalties You Might Face for Computer Crimes in Indiana

Every single day, new technologies and innovative advancements in the world of computer science has given criminals a wider scope of offenses to commit, known as “cyber crimes.” From piracy and fraud, to hacking, spam, viruses, and more, there are … Continue reading

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