What is Reporting Probation?

Traditional, reporting probation is a court-ordered punishment imposed by the court as an alternative to jail. Generally speaking, as part of a probation sentence, an offender can remain in their residence, an approved home, halfway house, or a household therapy...
What are DUI Consequences in Indiana?

What are DUI Consequences in Indiana?

A Driving Under the Influence (DUI) arrest  in Indiana is determined by the content of alcohol found in a driver’s bloodstream. This blood alcohol level (BAC) is tested in two ways; through urinalysis test or breath analysis on a machine called a Breathalyzer....
IS DRUG DEALING A FELONY?

IS DRUG DEALING A FELONY?

Drug dealing is defined as an individual or a group of people who trade or supply organized drugs of any type or quantity, be it in small amounts or large numbers.  The groups can be significantly planned and operate like a well-planned crime business in Indiana. A...
Can You Expunge Your Criminal Record?

Can You Expunge Your Criminal Record?

Being convicted of a criminal offense can impact your life for many years in the future. Depending on the circumstances, a criminal conviction could limit where you can live and where you are able to work. But can you expunge your criminal record? Fortunately, in...
How Does an Expungement Work?

How Does an Expungement Work?

A criminal record can impact your capacity to get a work or mortgage or use your credit score. Fortunately, with the help of an Indianapolis criminal law lawyer, it may be feasible to obtain an expungement. If you have a rap sheet that you want to protect against from...
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What is a Bond Revocation?

What is a Bond Revocation?

When a person is arrested for committing a crime, they usually seek the services of a bail bondsman agent to get them released from jail. The price you pay for bond services is typically 10% of the bail amount, and most consider that 10% is a small price to pay in...
What is Non-Reporting Probation

What is Non-Reporting Probation

Non-reporting probation requires a person to anything else but not get in trouble. The judge advises the person to stay out of trouble. Non-reporting probation is considered an option for an individual convicted of a lower level, non-violent offense. If you have been...