What Happens If I Get Caught Driving Without Insurance?

Posted on July 13, 2024

Indiana law requires all drivers to carry minimum liability insurance that covers damages they cause in an accident. If you have been caught driving without insurance in Indiana, you can face significant penalties. An experienced Indianapolis criminal attorney from The Criminal Defense Team can review…

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Should I Do a Bench Trial or a Jury Trial?

Posted on July 8, 2024

The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution gives criminal defendants the right to a jury trial. But should you exercise this right? Or should you defend your case to a judge? The Criminal Defense Team has extensive experience in both arenas. We can carefully…

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What Happens If I Refuse a Breathalyzer in a DUI Stop?

Posted on July 2, 2024

In Indiana, you consent beforehand to a chemical test if you are suspected of drinking and driving. It’s important to understand what happens if you later refuse a test in violation of the implied consent and how it can impact your driving privileges and any…

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Can I Get My Public Intoxication Charge Dismissed?

In Indiana, law enforcement can charge you with public intoxication if your state of intoxication endangers your life or someone else’s, breaches the peace, or harasses, annoys, or alarms another person. This offense is classified as a misdemeanor that can result in up to six…

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Difference Between a No Contact Order and a Protective Order

Protective orders and no contact orders in Indiana serve similar purposes. Violating either can result in significant penalties. It is essential that you understand what type of order applies to your case and the instructions in the order so you can avoid accidentally violating it. …

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