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Is TruNarc a True Narc?
Is TruNarc a True Narc?

It has been reported this week that the Indiana State Police has five devices called “TruNarc” that are designed to recognize approximately 370 types of drugs. A sergeant with the Indiana State Police asserted that the device is the future of drug recognition and is a “big ...

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Blog posts in September, 2016

  • Jail Telephone Calls: Dial at Your Own Risk

    We often take for granted that our telephone calls are supposed to be private. And, with limited exception, the government is required to obtain a ...

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  • Self-Driving Cars and DUI’s: Can Your Car Drive Drunk?

    It appears that the technology governing self-driving, or automated, cars has reached a critical mass. And more and more vehicle developers are ...

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  • Excuse me, is this your bag?

    When traveling to the airport, it can feel as though you need to remember a million things. Did you print the tickets? Have you left enough time to ...

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  • Judges Pro Tempore: Judicial Pinch Hitters

    Many times, individuals will walk into court and notice that a new judge is sitting at the bench. The judge is professionally dressed, usually ...

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  • Bail Out: Indiana Supreme Court Changes the Rule on Bail Money

    This past week, the Indiana Supreme Court issued an order adopting Criminal Rule 26, which addresses evidence-based risk assessments to make ...

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  • Texting While Driving Ban: An Ineffective Solution to a Pervasive Problem?

    As our lives continually get busier and busier, companies respond by producing products designed to help make our lives “easier.” One such product is ...

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  • Better than the Sixth Amendment: Your Right to Assistance of Counsel in Indiana

    The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution is one of the most multifaceted amendments in the Bill of Rights and provides some of the most ...

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  • The Indiana Family Law Arbitration Act

    Divorcing couples in Indiana may sign an agreement to arbitrate under the Family Law Arbitration Act (FLAA). I.C. 34-57-5-1. The FLAA allows the ...

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  • Prosecuting All the Way to the Bank: How does your Prosecutor get Paid?

    Occasionally you will see news articles (like this one posted by the Chicago Tribune: ...

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