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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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The 3 Parts of the Federal Government

Whether facing criminal charges, preparing for a citizenship exam, or simply curious about our country’s governmental workings, you are wise to learn the three parts of our federal system. Continue reading to review some basic facts surrounding each part of … Continue reading

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When Did Felonies Change From Classes to Levels?

Progression is something that is important in our society, and we would be nowhere without its principles. The same theory applies to the law, which is ever-changing, ever-evolving, and for very good reason. In Indiana, the judicial system has seen … Continue reading

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How Indiana Classifies Felony Offenses

If you are facing serious criminal charges, especially ones that are considered “wobblers”, meaning they can be a felony or misdemeanor depending on your plea deal, presiding judge, defense lawyer, and more, it is important that you understand just how … Continue reading

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