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Apr04
Marion County OWI: Cut n' Paste Affidavit Is Insufficient
In a Marion County OWI case, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled that blood draw results were inadmissible because the officer's affidavit for probable cause lacked specific information about whether the defendant was driving a vehicle. It's common for police officers to use pre-written forms or "boilerplates" to aid in preparing reports. However, the Court of Appeals has reinforced that although using forms in permissible, forms used to obtain a search warrant must include at least some detail specific to the case. If you've been arrested for operating while intoxicated or DUI in Indianapolis or Marion County, call our experienced OWI attorneys at Gibson Law Office.
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Mar29
Allen County Expungement Petition Entitled to Day in Court
A petition for expungement of criminal records that was denied by an Allen County judge has been reversed and remanded for further proceedings. The Indiana Court of Appeals determined that the Allen County court incorrectly denied the petition without first setting a hearing. The case solidifies that a petition for expungement cannot be denied without a hearing unless the petition either 1) does not meet the statute’s requirements or 2) makes statements that demonstrate the petitioner is not entitled to relief.

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Mar25
Clark, Harrison, Shelby, & Hamilton County Move to E-filing
As of March 21, four Indiana counties have moved to e-filing: Hamilton County, Clark County, Harrison County, and Shelby County. By the end of 2016, eight more are scheduled to follow: Henry County, Floyd County, Hendricks County, Franklin County, Morgan County, St. Joseph County, Wells County, and Tipton County. It is more important than every to retain an attorney who is committed to staying current with technology. E-filing may be a challenge for lawyers who are uncomfortable embracing new tools and processes. Our office looks forward to being at the forefront of using e-filing to further increase efficiency and improve client experience.
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Mar24
Hamilton County Dealing Marijuana Conviction Reversed
A Hamilton County man’s convictions for dealing in marijuana and maintaining a common nuisance have been reversed. The Indiana Court of Appeals determined that the probable cause affidavit used to conduct a canine sniff of the man's property contained insufficient evidence. In addition, the Court determined that Hamilton County investigators recklessly ommitted important information from the probable cause affidavit. 

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Mar22
Variables Affect Process and Petition for Expunging Criminal Records in Indiana
The process of expunging your criminal records in Indiana is complicated and confusing, even for those with significant legal training, including attorneys, judges, and court staff. As a result, those who want their criminal records expunged quickly, efficiently, and correctly should consult with an experienced Indiana expungement attorney. An experienced Indiana expungement attorney will be able to prevent errors in the petition that can have serious consequences, including the delay or even denial of granting the petition. Gibson Law Office has represented clients petitioning to expunge their criminal records in dozens of Indiana counties, including in Lafayette, Monticello, Frankfort, Crawfordsville, and Delphi. 
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Gibson Law Office
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Phone: (765) 742-8440

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Gibson Law Office
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Suite 300
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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