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Jan29
Job Interviews and Expungement in Montgomery County, Indiana
Expunging your Montgomery County criminal records will free you from the worry of being asked about an old conviction in a job interview. The new expungement law makes it unlawful discrimination for any business to refuse to employ or discriminate against a person because of a conviction or arrest that has been expunged. If you need an expungement attorney in Crawfordsville, Indiana, call Gibson Law Office for a free consultation.

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Jan28
Expunging Criminal Records in White County, Indiana
If you have a criminal record in White County, Indiana, you may be eligible for expungement. However, to clear your criminal history, it is important to hire an experienced expungement attorney. In White County, expungement petitions must be filed in the Superior Court and include actual proof that you completed your sentence, including any terms of probation and payment of court costs and fees. If your petition complies with the statute, it will be scheduled for a hearing where the burden of proof is on you. If you are seeking a Monticello expungement attorney, doesn’t it make sense to call a legal team that has sealed or expunged criminal records in more than 30 Indiana counties? Gibson Law Office has successfully expunged criminal records in White County, as well as in every region of Indiana.

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Jan28
Monticello, IN Criminal Attorneys: Local Rules Set Defense Deadlines
If you are arrested in Monticello, Indiana you need a criminal attorney with experience defending cases in White County. White County has local rules of criminal procedure that require the timely filing of defenses and discovery. These rules apply to DUI defenses that involve an illegal traffic stop; possession of marijuana, ecstasy, and other drugs that involve an illegal search; and self-defense in battery cases. 

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Jan07
Miranda Warning Required to Search for Marijuana in Lafayette and Crawfordsville Hotel Rooms
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled that the search of a Crawfordsville hotel room was illegal, after police obtained a man’s consent to search his room without advising him of his right to an attorney. If you were arrested for possession of marijuana or other drugs after consenting to a search of your hotel room, call Gibson Law Office. Police must advise you of your Miranda rights before asking you to consent to a search, if you are in custody. Gibson Law Office has a team of Lafayette, Indiana drug possession defense attorneys that can evaluate your case and attack an illegal search.

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Jan06
Crawfordsville Criminal Defense Attorney: Strategy and Rules in Montgomery County
If you are arrested in Crawfordsville, Indiana, you need a criminal defense attorney who is experienced handling cases in Montgomery County. The Montgomery County courts have local criminal rules governing the exchange of evidence, which require defendants to comply with a discovery order within 30 days of the initial hearing. If you are seeking a Crawfordsville criminal defense attorney, call Gibson Law Office. Our Lafayette office is conveniently located to Crawfordsville and we regularly defend clients there.

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Lafayette
Gibson Law Office
133 N. 4th St.
Suite 73
Lafayette, IN 47901

Phone: (765) 742-8440

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Gibson Law Office
701 S. Clinton St.
Suite 300
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Phone: (260) 739-5425
Email: info@bbgibson.com
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