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May13
Specialized Driving Privileges Helps Lafayette Drivers Get Back on the Road
Drivers in Lafayette and the surrounding areas whose licenses have been suspended may now be eligible to get back behind the wheel. A new Indiana law that went into effect on January 1, 2015 created specialized driving privileges. Gibson Law Office works with drivers in Lafayette as well as those who commute for work to Lafayette from surrounding areas, including Crawfordsville, Monticello, Frankfort, and Delphi. If you have a suspended Indiana driver's license, you can apply for the new work license immediately. 

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May06
Fort Wayne Drivers with Suspended Licenses Benefit from New Law
Workers with suspended licenses commuting from Bluffton, Huntington, Warsaw, or Columbia City to Fort Wayne can obtain specialized driving privileges under a new law. The new law replaces the hardship license statute and eliminates any waiting periods. If a person is suspended as a habitual traffic violator, he or she can apply for a work license immediately. With an office in Fort Wayne, Gibson Law Office attorneys have a statewide practice and can help you get back on the road.
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Apr30
Specialized Driving and Expungement Combo Helping Hoosiers Back to Work
Having a criminal record often limits your possibilities and opportunities. And, if you combine a criminal record with a suspended driver's license, it is almost impossible to get a good job. Fortunately, new Indiana laws expanding expungement and creating specialized driving privileges are helping Hoosiers get back to work. With offices in Lafayette and Fort Wayne, our attorneys have helped client statewide expunge their criminal records and restore their driving privileges. 
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Apr14
A Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Guide to Purdue’s Grand Prix Weekend
Purdue’s Grand Prix weekend is filled with fun activities, but is often crawling with undercover excise police. The past two years more than 90 arrests were made during Grand Prix festivities. While local law enforcement advertises the goal of keeping everyone safe, excise police come to West Lafayette utilizing undercover stings and seeking high volume arrests. So, can students party and still avoid jail? Taking proper precautions and knowing your legal rights is a key to having a fun weekend while avoiding the Tippecanoe County Jail.

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Apr14
Supreme Court Upholds Indiana Public Intoxication Law, but Reverses Conviction
Being drunk in public is no longer a crime. If the State cannot prove that you breached the peace or engaged in dangerous or annoying behavior, you cannot be convicted. The Indiana Supreme Court held that an intoxicated person sleeping at a bus stop, when no one was present except his brother and a police officer, would not annoy a reasonable person. Thus, the Court reversed the man’s public intoxication conviction. Arrested for public intoxication in Lafayette, Indianapolis, or Fort Wayne? Call Gibson Law Office.

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Gibson Law Office
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Gibson Law Office
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