Criminal Law

Constitutional Rights you Waive When you Plead Guilty

Every single guilty plea around the State of Indiana typically looks relatively the same. While each judge conducts the hearings slightly different and pleas mayread more

I Wasn’t Read My Miranda Rights, So Shouldn’t My Case be Dismissed?

From time to time, we receive calls from people that have recently been arrested and have concerns about the arresting police officer not reading themread more

Legal THC in Indiana – Delta-8

What is Delta-8 THC? Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) (“Delta-8”) is a psychoactive cannabinoid found in marijuana and hemp. Like Delta-9 THC (the federally regulated psychoactive agentread more

Double Jeopardy in Criminal Cases

Most of us have heard the phrase “double jeopardy” and the general concept is pretty simple to understand: You cannot be prosecuted or punished forread more

Pleading Open on a Criminal Case

Often times, when you are facing a criminal offense, prosecutors will offer to allow you to plead guilty to a certain count, dismiss the restread more

Specialized Driving Privileges on Refusal Suspensions in Indiana

Getting Specialized Driving Privileges Under Indiana Law, courts may order the suspension of a person’s driving privileges in place of criminal charges or an ongoingread more

Reducing a Felony Conviction to a Misdemeanor

Having a felony on your record can pose significant challenges.  A felony can hinder a person’s ability to find work as well as their abilityread more

Indiana Red Flag Laws (Jake Laird Law)

What is a “Red Flag” Law? Many states, including Indiana, have passed legislation commonly known as a Red Flag law. Generally, these laws allow aread more

Federal Sentencing Zones & Placement Options

When determining possible, criminal sentencing ranges and placement options at the federal level, one only look so far as the federal sentencing guidelines and theread more

Indiana No Contact Orders and Penalties for Violating Them

What is a No Contact Order? (Ind. Code 35-26-5 and 35-26-6) Courts can impose various forms of No Contact Orders, and they can even beread more