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Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Traffic Ticket?
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 might be to take that ticket, crumple it up, and throw it in the trash, anyone who receives a traffic citation should take a ...

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Blog posts in Traffic Law

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    The short answers is likely, no. The Fourth Amendment protects individuals from unreasonable search and seizure, which extends to each state through ...

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    With the rapid rise in popularity of scooter rentals, like Bird and Lime, in Indianapolis, it is likely that individuals will think to use these ...

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  • DUI: Should I Take The Breath Test?

    DUI: Should I Take The Breath Test? During a typical DUI investigation, law enforcement officers typically offer two types of breath tests. The first ...

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  • Please put a lid on it

    As of July 1, 2017, individuals younger than 18 will be required to wear helmets when riding an ATV. The sanction is civil in nature, not criminal. An ...

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  • Whose cell phone is that?

    It has happened to many of us. Our cell phone, sometimes set to a distinctive ring, goes off at a particularly inopportune time. Reassuringly, judges ...

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  • License to Ill: License Plate Readers

    Joyce Russell with the Northwest Indiana Times recently reported that the Hammond Police Department added license plate readers on police vehicles to ...

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  • You’re Out of Here! Exclusion from Trial

    The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 13 of Indiana’s Constitution guarantee a defendant charged with a crime ...

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  • Legal Ghostwriting

    It is no secret that Indiana courts are busy. In 2015-2016 Annual Report, the Supreme Court noted that there were approximately 1.4 million new cases ...

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  • Kids and Kegs: Zero Tolerance Law

    Hoosiers generally understand that the limit for blood for driving a vehicle in Indiana is .08% BAC or blood alcohol content. Under Indiana law, ...

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