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Sentence Modification Bill Awaits Vote
Sentence Modification Bill Awaits Vote

When the Indiana Legislature revised the Indiana Criminal Code, it greatly expended a criminal defendant's ability to seek a modification of his or her criminal sentence. However, given that the law went into effect on July 1, 2014, there has been some debate about whether ...

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Blog posts in January, 2015

  • DOJ to Dramatically Change Federal Civil Asset Forfeiture

    Both Indiana and Federal law recognizes the ability of law enforcement to seize property that it maintains is traceable as proceeds of a violation of ...

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  • Second Chance Laws May Not Mean a Second Chance to Carry

    Many states have passed what is often referred to as a "Second Chance" or an expungement law. See e.g. Louisiana, Indiana, California, Colorado, and ...

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  • Kokomo Resident Settles Lawsuit with City and Coroner Price

    Indianapolis, Indiana (January 12, 2015) – On November 5, 2013, Kokomo resident Martha Brittain filed a lawsuit against the City of Kokomo, the Kokomo ...

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  • Federal Government Takes Position on Expungements and Federal Firearms Law

    As one of the biggest and most substantial areas of law has begun to settle into use in Indiana courts, many government agencies are beginning to ...

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  • What Points on Your Driver's License Actually Mean

    Most people are aware that traffic violations often result in points being placed on their driver record. But, what do these points actually mean? And ...

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