Category Archives: Probation and Parole

How to Defend Your Disorderly Conduct Charges in Indianapolis

Also referred to as “breach of peace” or “disturbing the peace”, the crime of disorderly conduct happens to be one of the most frequently-filed charges in the United States. This tells you that there must be a large portion of … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Aggravating and Mitigating Factors

Sometimes, when a person is charged with a criminal offense, their charges can include aggravating factors. Generally, the inclusion of such factors increase the seriousness of the charges, and therefore, the penalties upon conviction. Many people confuse aggravating factors with … Continue reading

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Possible Court-Ordered Penalties for Felonies and Misdemeanors in Indiana

If you were recently arrested on felony or misdemeanor charges, it would be wise to review some of the possible penalties you will face in court if found guilty. The most common court-ordered penalties include probation, ignition interlock devices, electric … Continue reading

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What To Expect While On Probation

Several offenders are put on probation each year, usually as an alternative to jail time. If you are one of these individuals, you should be relieved. Probation is a more lenient consequence to criminal charges compared to doing time in … Continue reading

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