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Interstate Agreement on Detainers

Posted in On May 29, 2016

A Look at the law of Interstate Agreement on Detainers Many times defendants will mail our firm letter from jail seeking assistance with their criminal cases. And, many times, those requests have to deal with what they perceive are unnecessary delays in their cases by their current attorneys and/or the state of Indiana by and through the prosecutors office. Equally as often, our firm receives hundreds of calls a month from family members looking to…

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Avoiding Arrest at the Indy 500

How to Avoid Arrest at the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 The Indianapolis 500 is one of the greatest sporting events in the world on any regular year, but this year will be bigger than ever.  It is the 100th anniversary of the greatest spectacle in racing.  It is the first time in many, many years that the 500 will be sold out!  What does that mean?  Well, it likely means that the approximate…

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Using Police to Enforce Parenting Time in Indiana

Posted in On May 18, 2016

Should the Police Get Involved in Enforcing Your Parenting Time? It is your scheduled parenting time and your ex refuses to give up your child – what now?  In most cases, the reaction would be to threaten a call to the local police.  While there may be some benefit down the road to documenting denied parenting time, the effect may not be as immediate as a parent in that situation may hope. Police officers across…

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Driving Without Insurance in Indiana

Posted in On May 15, 2016

Suspended for driving without insurance?  We receive calls daily from citizens who have received notices from the BMV informing them that their driving privileges are going to be suspended because they drove without insurance.  This is easy to understand if they owned the car they were driving and it wasn’t covered, but what if the driver was not the owner of the car?  What if you borrow a car from a friend?  Can you be…

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