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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...

5 Year HTV Suspensions (Habitual Traffic Violator Suspension) Losing your driver's license for even a short period of time can be devastating. Everyone needs a car to get to work, the grocery store, and drive the kids to and from their activities. Indiana has some of...

Indianapolis Criminal Law Blog - Rescinding a Lifetime HTV Suspension As anyone in Indianapolis knows, having a driver's license is necessary to get around. Without a driver's license, getting to work, caring for your family or attending medical appointments can feel impossible. Many times, those with...

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...

Criminal Charges in Johnson County: Superior, Circuit and City Courts If you are facing criminal charges in Johnson County, you may have questions about the criminal process and what to expect in your case. While every criminal case is different, this blog post will review the organization...

Indiana Insurance Suspensions from the BMV In Indiana, under certain circumstances, the Indiana BMV can request proof of insurance from a driver. If the driver does not provide proof of insurance by the deadline, the BMV will suspend the person's driving privileges. In other cases, a...

Vehicle Searches - What's Legal?  Many clients come to Chambers Law Office with questions about vehicle searches and drug charges. Maybe they were stopped and the officer claimed to smell marijuana, or maybe they consented to a search and the officer found a joint. No matter...