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Who Creates the Law?

When it comes to law creation, it all starts with the United States Congress. They create and pass “bills”, which the President of the Unites States must sign to make it into law. However, not all bills signed into law … Continue reading

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What to Expect From the Indiana Criminal Bail Bond Process

When you need to bail a person out of jail, there are several different processes and procedures that must take place, and these steps will vary depending on the type of criminal charges and more. Although the actual required course … Continue reading

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Can I Request a New Public Defender?

Facing criminal charges is scary, so it is understandable that you would want somebody working hard to protect your rights and your freedoms. When it comes to public defense, you may not be able to get the one-on-one, full-time attention … Continue reading

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Understanding the Purpose of Arraignments in the Criminal Law Process

There are several stages to the criminal law process, including investigations, warrants, arrests, indictments, bail hearings, criminal discoveries, preliminary hearings, sentencings, appeals, and more. But when it comes to criminal court, the first step following an arrest is an arraignment. … Continue reading

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What is a No-Contest Plea?

When it comes to criminal cases, most of them end with a defendant accepting a plea bargain. This means instead of going to trial, a defendant pleads “guilty” to their criminal charges in exchange for an “incentive” from prosecution. Typically, … Continue reading

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How Much Will it Cost to Hire a Defense Attorney?

If you are facing criminal charges, it is in your best interest to get in touch with a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Not only will this better protect your rights and preserve your freedoms, it is the … Continue reading

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Who is Considered a Juvenile?

Under Indiana law, a juvenile is a person who is between 10 and 17 years old. Once a person turns 18, they are considered adults in the eyes of the law. Continue reading to learn more. The definition of a … Continue reading

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Can Backyard Barbecuing Be Illegal?

Before you get set to grill out this summer, be sure your barbecue practices adhere to the law. You wouldn’t think that an innocent backyard barbecue could possible break the law, but it can. Looking back to an online video … 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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