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Legislative Update: Restitution for Wrongfully Incarcerated Persons
Legislative Update: Restitution for Wrongfully Incarcerated Persons

On November 1, 2019, a new law will take effect in Indiana that allows for individuals to be compensated for any years they were wrongfully incarcerated. The Indiana law specifically allows for individuals that are “actually innocent” to apply for compensation from a new ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Is Being Drunk at a Tailgate A Crime in Indiana?

    It’s that time of year again. As college classes resume and the weather cools off, football season begins in earnest. And with football comes one of ...

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  • Marion County’s New Policy Regarding Marijuana Possession

    On September 30, 2019, the acting Marion County Prosecutor, Ryan Mears, announced that his office would no longer prosecute certain marijuana ...

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  • Court of Appeals Update: Possibly Significant Restrictions on Expungements

    Individuals often seek expungements for some of the same reasons that individuals seek to have their Level 6 felonies reduced to misdemeanors: ...

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  • Indiana’s Red Flag and Jake Laird Law

    With the recent shootings nationwide, there has been a tremendous amount of media coverage concerning “Red Flag” laws, in which judges can order the ...

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  • Baseball Brawls and Battery

    There is no question that professional baseball players have relatively stressful jobs. Their season consists of 162 games between March and October ...

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  • New Indiana Law Makes Cases Eligible for Expungement

    We have devoted several previous blogs to the subject of expungements, including how our firm’s work has helped clarify and expand expungement law in ...

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  • Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Traffic Ticket?

    You’ve been pulled over by the police, given a traffic ticket, and told glibly by the officer to “have a nice day.” And, while the first inclination ...

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  • Limited Civil Liability for Churches in Indiana

    In Indiana, religious organizations generally enjoy limited premises liability for incidents that result in harm to another. As Indiana is a state ...

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  • Expunging Your Dismissed Criminal Case: It’s a Must!

    Have you previous been arrested and charged with a criminal case that was ultimately dismissed? Did you enter into, and successfully complete, a ...

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