State Dismisses Intimidation Case for Warehouse Worker
Attorney Sean Hessler represented a 58-year-old Indiana man, employed at a warehouse. The client was accused of threatening his neighbors with a knife during an argument. These neighbors called the police to report that the client had threatened them. However,…Read Article
Indiana’s Credit Time Laws: The Criminal Case Plan Credit Program
If you’ve been sentenced to incarceration in Indiana, you are probably looking for a way to reduce the time you spend there. While some people might think escaping will help, there are actually a few legal avenues to getting out…Read Article
Understanding Indiana’s Expungement Laws
Blemishes on your record can disrupt your life. Things like low-level misdemeanors or arrests without convictions can hinder your career and well-being. They can appear on background checks by employers, landlords, or remain in public view. Indiana law provides a…Read Article
Do Police Need a Warrant to Search Private Property?
With the protections the Fourth Amendment provides, we expect a degree of security against unannounced searches. Without a search warrant, you might not expect law enforcement to enter your home or rummage through your car. However, there could be times…Read Article
What to Do If You’re Being Investigated by the Police in Indiana
It’s easy to become overwhelmed during a criminal investigation. Especially when you’re being examined by law enforcement and especially when you feel that you didn’t do anything wrong. However, no matter how stressful the situation becomes, carrying yourself a certain…Read Article
What Happens if I’m Caught Driving with a Revoked License?
It can be frustrating if your Indiana license is revoked or suspended. It’s essential to follow the law and refrain from driving if you don’t have privileges. However, you still have options if you get caught driving with a revoked…Read Article
What Is the Process for Getting CHINS Cases Dismissed?
When a court issues a Child in Need of Services (CHINS) order, it means there is strong evidence of child abuse/neglect or an accusation from a parent or family member that can’t be ignored. While that’s good because it means…Read Article