How a Traffic Stop Can Lead to A DUI Charge
Generally speaking, an Indiana police officer can make a traffic stop after observing almost any type of traffic violation. For instance, it might be valid to stop a vehicle if there is reason to believe that it is being operated by a driver who has a suspended license.Read More
What Are the Differences Between Expungement and Pardon?
After a certain amount of time has passed in Indiana, you might be able to get a criminal conviction expunged from your record. This can make it easier to move on with your life without your past criminal record coming back to haunt you.Read More
Multi-Agency Investigation Leads to Meth Seizure
An Indiana investigation into narcotics sales, counterfeiting and the distribution of stolen property led to the arrest of three individuals and the seizure of a significant quantity of methamphetamine in April, according to a press release from the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Office. Media reports indicate that the investigation is ongoing and further charges and arrests are likely.Read More
Can You Qualify for A Record Sealing Under the Second Chance Law?
Criminal records exist to protect the public from individuals who might pose a risk to others. For example, background checks help ensure that those with a history of abuse don’t wind up hired by a daycare center or grade school.Read More