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Aggravating Circumstances in Indiana Criminal Cases

Aggravating circumstances in criminal cases are specific details that make a crime more serious under the law or demonstrate the defendant’s clear fault or intentionality in committing the offense. In Indiana, when a court or jury finds that these...

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Not All Batteries Are the Same

The act of battery is a violent offense, which is not to be confused with the legal concept of assault that deals with the threat of violence. A battery...

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Jurors’ Secrets Revealed

Jurors’ Secrets Revealed It is generally understood that a “jury’s deliberations are secret and not subject to outside examination,” Yeager v. United...

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Forfeiting Forfeiture

This legislative session, Indiana Senator Phil Boots introduced Senate Bill 8 addressing revisions to Indiana’s current forfeiture statute. The proposed...

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