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The Garrity Rule and Government Employees

The Garrity rights/protection stems from the SCOTUS case Garrity v. New Jersey. The Garrity rights are protections only afforded to public employees. This includes federalread more

An Overview of Indiana’s Hands Free Driving Law

Often times while driving, it is tempting to pick up your phone to read or send a text message.  Starting now, people will have toread more

Reading and Understanding the Federal Sentencing Guidelines

Whether it’s the complex rules of procedure, the nuanced statutory offenses, the detailed levels of crimes, and/or the harsh range of penalties as comparable toread more

What Could I Get Arrested For at a Protest?

In light of recent events, mass protests have sparked up across the nation still reeling from the COVID-19 Pandemic. The death of George Floyd hasread more

The Continued Evolution of the Insanity Defense in Indiana: A Look at the Most Recent Court Decisions

Whenever the insanity defense is asserted in Indiana, the Court will appoint mental health experts to complete an evaluation of the Defendant.  The ultimate purposeread more

Is Probation the Best Option for Me – the Answer isn’t Always Obvious:

Probation can be and often is a great option for people who have been convicted of a crime, especially if the prospect of jail orread more

What Are Depositions and Why Are They Important?

Knowing how to best attack the prosecution’s case is a vital skill for any defense attorney.  As discussed previously in this blog, there are tworead more

Breaking Down Common Local Government Issues: the FMLA, FFCRA, EFMLEA, and EPSLA

The Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) is a federal statute that provides eligible employees of covered employers with unpaid, job-protected leave for specified familyread more

What Authority Does the Indiana Governor Have to Issue the Stay at Home Order

We find ourselves living in very unusual times.  Who would have thought that a mere 3 months ago we would be entering into a periodread more

What you can protect during a bankruptcy?

Certain states allow the debtor to choose between their specific state exemptions and the federal bankruptcy exemptions, but Indiana is not one of those states.read more