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Drug Exams and OVWI Investigations: What are Your Rights?  In a recent Indiana Court of Appeals case, the Court weighed the question of whether a person must be advised of their right to counsel before they can validly consent to a Drug Recognition Exam (DRE). This...

Charged with a Criminal Misdemeanor But Only Given a Ticket…Now What?In Indiana, there are certain misdemeanor offenses that do not require an arrest, but allow for the issuance of a criminal misdemeanor summons. What is the difference between an arrest and a summons, and why...

Indianapolis Criminal Attorney - Possession of Marijuana in Indiana  If you have been accused of possession of marijuana in Indiana, you probably have many questions about the criminal process and what might happen in your case. This blog post will review the basic charges of possession of...

Search and Seizure Rules in Indiana Criminal Law Nearly everyone has heard of Miranda warnings, but not everyone understands exactly what they mean or that there are other important cases pertaining to Indiana search and seizure law. This blog will review three of the most important search...

Motion to Suppress Evidence - What Is It & What Will It Mean to Your Criminal Case?  Many clients come to Chambers Law Office accused of a criminal offense and want to know if we can file a motion to suppress evidence. In some cases, that may...

Criminal History, Gun Rights and Expungements - How expunging or sealing your criminal history can restore your right to bear arms If you have been convicted of a felony or even misdemeanors, you can lose your right to own or carry a firearm. However, through Indiana's expungement law,...

Central Indiana City Courts: What are they and what do they do?  If you are charged with a traffic infraction, traffic ordinance or criminal offense, your case will be filed into a court of law. Often, that court is a circuit court or superior court. Sometimes, however,...

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