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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

Federal and Indiana State Considerations for Incarcerated Persons During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As we’ve discussed in previous blogs, the current environment we are living in with COVID-19 and individuals who find themselves in custody (be in followingread more

How Will the Coronavirus Affect my Criminal Case?

As we continue to face uncertain times regarding the coronavirus and its effects on all facets of our daily lives, many people facing criminal chargesread more

Teachers in the News: The Crime of Child Seduction

It seems like every single week, somewhere around the country, there is a local and/or national story about a teacher having an “inappropriate sexual relationshipread more

I Have Been Charged or Arrested for a Crime, Will I Have to Serve Jail Time?

This is one of the most common questions that we are asked when we are meeting with a new client.  The short answer, like almostread more

Mental Illness in Indiana Criminal Courts

For nearly two centuries, the concept of the “insanity defense” has been debated and changed in Indiana’s Appellate Courts.  Central to the debate is theread more

Non-resident Sex Registry Requirements in Indiana

Do I have to register in Indiana? Most people realize that when they are convicted of a sex offense, they also have to register inread more

Common Mistakes When Filing for Divorce

Filing for divorce is not easy for anyone. Whether we are going though emotional distress or we are trying to put a quick end toread more

New Sentencing Laws in Indiana

Sentencing: Senate Bill 64- Sentence modification: Courts must advise a defendant, before accepting a guilty plea, that the court will be bound by terms ofread more

New Driving, Alcohol & Drug Criminal Laws

Alcohol & Drug Laws: Senate Bill 13- Administration of overdose intervention drugs: Community corrections officers and probation officers may administer an overdose intervention drug, forread more