DUI

Top 10 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney

You have been charged with a crime.  It is probably one of the most stressful times you have ever had in your life.  You mayread more

Felony? Misdemeanor? Infraction? What Does It All Mean?

In the State of Indiana whenever someone is charged with an offense, they will fall into one of three categories: 1. Felony, 2. Misdemeanor, orread more

Depositions in Criminal Cases

Many people have heard of depositions, but it is surprising the number of times witnesses are unfamiliar with what they are, the purpose behind them,read more

Sentence Modification

Indiana Code 35-38-1-17, titled, “Reduction or Suspension of Sentence”, can be used to ask a Court to modify your sentence. This statute divides offenders intoread more

Indiana’s Implied Consent Law & What Happens If I Refuse Breathalyzer in a DUI Stop?

A common misconception we hear from clients is that they believed they weren’t legally required to submit to an officer’s tests while being investigated forread more

What to Expect when Entering Home Detention in Marion County, IN

Many people prefer home detention/house arrest to jail, but then come to realize there is hardly any information regarding what to expect both online andread more

Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Causing Endangerment

Most people realize that when you drive while intoxicated with a BAC over a .08 in Indiana you can be charged with Operating a Vehicleread more

Beware the Penalties of Multiple DUIs

The term DUI is actually a bit of a misnomer in Indiana. In Indiana, we call it Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated, or “OVWI”. Stateread more

The Difference Between the Habitual Offender Sentencing Enhancement and the Habitual Vehicular Substance Offender Sentencing Enhancement

Sentencing Enhancements are, unfortunately, something that repeat offenders must sometimes contend with.  There are two primary sentencing enhancements in Indiana that individuals should be familiarread more

Marijuana DUI: An Affirmative Defense

Pursuant to Indiana Code 9-30-5-1 there are three ways a person can be charged with operating while intoxicated. First, operating a vehicle with an alcoholread more