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How to Change Criminal Defense Lawyers Midstream

Any relationship can start off on the right foot, but eventually begin to show signs of incompatibility. When it comes to professional relationships, like the one with your criminal defense lawyer, the same possibility can apply. In fact, many clients … Continue reading

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The Law Office of David E. Lewis Has Moved to a New Location!

156 East Market Street Suite 900 Indianapolis, Indianapolis 46204 The Law Office of esteemed criminal defense lawyer, David E. Lewis, has officially moved to a new easy-to-find Indianapolis location! Clients will enjoy several free amenities and conveniences our new office … Continue reading

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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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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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The Harsh Realities of an Indiana Conviction

There are various outcomes that can result from being convicted of a crime. In fact, the broad range of potential collateral consequences after being found guilty of misdemeanor or felony is so vast and variable that every single criminal case … Continue reading

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Common Courts of Law and What They Do

There are 3 branches of law, but various legal fields and accordingly, different types of courts. If you are preparing to enter into a litigious endeavor, whether if facing criminal charges, being sued in civil court, or something else, you … Continue reading

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Facts About Violating Probation in Indiana

If you are facing minor criminal charges in Indiana, it is very likely that the judge will order you to probation in lieu of jail time. Although this is one of the best possible outcomes in a criminal case, probation … Continue reading

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3 Circumstances That Do Not Allow a Pre-Trial Release

Monetary bail is used to maximize the likelihood of a defendant’s presence in court, ensure a defendant’s right to remain innocent until proven guilty, and for general public safety. However, when a court believes that a defendant does not pose … Continue reading

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Will I Go to Jail for Writing a Bad Check?

When someone uses a checking account to pay for something, but they have insufficient funds in the account they are paying with, it is referred to as writing a bad check, or bouncing a check. But under state and federal … Continue reading

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What to Do if You Just Found Out About Your Arrest Warrant

Arrest warrants are serious court orders, but they are nothing to worry about so long as you choose the proper recourse. You never want to ignore an arrest warrant, because the legal circumstances surrounding the order will only worsen as … Continue reading

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