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Indianapolis Attorney Selected as American Bar Foundation Fellow
Indianapolis Attorney Selected as American Bar Foundation Fellow

This month, the American Bar Foundation selected Keffer Hirschauer LLP’s own, Bradley Keffer, to serve as a Fellow. The American Bar Foundation is an organization dedicated to advancing justice through rigorous research on the law, legal processes, and the law’s impact on ...

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Blog posts in January, 2017

  • Every Dog Has Its Day

    While every dog may have its day, for at least one dog, those days might be spent inside Delaware County, Indiana, courtrooms. The Indiana Lawyer ...

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  • Ballot Box Selfies

    Voting in the United States is viewed by many as a sacred right. Just as with many other aspects of their lives, some individuals use their ...

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  • Parents and Parties (Part 2): Furnishing Alcohol

    As was discussed in Part 1, parents could potentially be criminally liable for providing alcohol to their underage children or friends. See I.C. ...

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  • Quite the Pair: Daycare and Deductions

    Indiana Child Support calculations are completed by a simple math algorithm. The Indiana Supreme Court had determined how much of the joint weekly ...

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  • Beer and Big Rigs: Effects of a DUI on Your CDL

    A driver’s license is important to everyone that holds one. But when you hold a commercial driver’s license (CDL), that importance rises ...

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  • Easy on the Trigger: Why a Handgun Permit Can be Denied?

    When it comes to handgun permits, Indiana is a “shall” issue State, which means that the State will issue a license if requested unless the individual ...

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  • Indianapolis Attorney Tapped for National Mock Trial Board

    The Indiana Lawyer reported today that Keffer Hirschauer LLP's own, Scott Barnhart, has been tapped to sit on a national board; specifically, the ...

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  • Trials in the Fast Lane: Speedy Trial Right under the Sixth Amendment and Article 1, Section 12

    The Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the right to a speedy and public trial. But how much speed is required? The Supreme ...

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