Criminal Law

Fast and Speedy Trials in Indiana

The right to a fast and speedy trial can be found in Indiana Criminal Rule 4 which exists to enforce the state constitutional guarantee ofread more

5 Easiest Ways to Get Your Criminal Case Dismissed

Many times, when we are hired as defense attorneys on criminal cases, clients often ask, is it possible to get my case dismissed? While theread more

I Have an Open Warrant in Indiana, But I Live Out of State. How Did This Happen and What Can I Do?

Indiana is home to several events that draw large crowds.  Whether it be a concert, festival, work conference or sporting event, Indiana has no shortageread more

New Indiana Expungement Laws Coming July 2019

With the signing of House Bill 1541 this week, the expungement laws in Indiana are about to change dramatically for the better for individuals whoread more

What can I do to help my case?

The two main questions most people have when facing criminal charges is what potential penalties am I looking at and how can I help myselfread more

Do Miranda warnings apply to Juveniles?

The Fifth amendment right against self-incrimination was made famous in the Supreme Court’s decision in Miranda v. Arizona.  This case set out the framework forread more

Child Hearsay in Criminal Cases

In order for the State of Indiana to meet their burden of “beyond a reasonable doubt” they often have to rely upon the testimony ofread more

Should a Defendant Speak at Sentencing?

As criminal defense attorneys, we have handled hundreds, if not thousands, of sentencing hearings. And, depending on the circumstances, we may choose to call ourread more

Separation of Cash and State – a Look Into Bribery

Banks & Brower, LLC strongly encourages community involvement. Luckily, there are several avenues open to people in order to make an impact in their community.read 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