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Indianapolis criminal defense attorney, D Turner Legal is here offering free consultations for prospective clients on a daily basis. Just give us a call at 317-721-4783 or email info@dturnerlegal.com.
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...
Deadly Shooting on the Indianapolis Eastside

Deadly Shooting on the Indianapolis Eastside

At D Turner Legal, part of our role as an Indianapolis criminal defense attorney is to defend against gun charges that result in crimes such as assault, attempted murder and murder. We can be reached at 317-721-4783 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year....
Commonly Asked Questions About Probation

Commonly Asked Questions About Probation

If you’re facing a criminal conviction, there is a good chance that your attorney might ask the court to release you on probation. When serving time on probation, it’s essential to follow the guidelines to maintain your legal standing. Laws vary throughout the...
Probation Violation

Probation Violation

Probation is a court order that provides a convicted offender the ability to serve the balance of their sentence without spending it in jail. A probation term will usually include particular constraints and requirements that need to be satisfied by the criminal...

What is a Substantive Probation Violation

Once a substantive probation violation has been alleged against you, many of the rights that you are entitled to as a criminal defendant go out the window. You no longer have a right to bond or pretrial release, and you no longer have a right to a trial by jury to...
Indiana Zero Tolerance Law

Indiana Zero Tolerance Law

The Indiana Zero Tolerance Law against underage drinking, was created so that the parents and guardians of teens should do their best to educate their children on these laws to protect them from making dangerous choices with their peers. When teenagers under the age...