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Jul22
Roommates and Constructive Possession: A Potential Defense to Drug Charges in Indiana
If you were arrested after marijuana or prescription drugs were found in a common area of your dorm or home, the State must prove you had constructive possession of the drug in order to convict you. Evidence that might infer constructive possession could include where the drug was found and whether you made incriminating statements. The criminal attorneys at Gibson Law Office have aggressively defended charges of drug possession in Indiana for over 15 years. Call 765-742-8440 to speak with an experienced Lafayette lawyer for help with your case in the Fowler, Monticello, or Delphi area.

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Jul18
Evidence of Spice, Ecstasy Possession Suppressed: Court Upholds “Right to Walk Away”
In a recent Indianapolis case, the Indiana Court of Appeals upheld that Hoosiers can lawfully walk away from police when officers lack probable cause or reasonable suspicion for criminal activity. The Court determined that police illegally arrested a woman for resisting law enforcement after she lawfully exercised her right to walk away. As a result, evidence gathered during the course of her arrest was ordered suppressed, including alleged spice and Ecstasy found during a pat down. If you've been arrested for possession of marijuana, Ecstasy, or other drugs in the Indianapolis, Franklin, or Shelbyville area, the criminal attorneys at Gibson Law Office can help. 

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Jun29
Analyzing the Evidence to Defend False Accusations of Sex Crimes in Indiana
Being falsely accused of a sex crime is typically one of the most stressful and devastating experiences of a person's life. Several years ago, our office represented an 18-year-old college freshman at Purdue University who was accused of rape. After a night of drinking and playing beer pong during Grand Prix weekend, neither he nor the alleged victim could remember what happened when they woke up together partially undressed. During depositions, it was revealed that there was no evidence that sex had occurred. After hearing the evidence at trial, a jury acquitted our client of all charges. Call Gibson Law Office at 855-9-GIBSON if you've been falsely accused of a sex crime in Indiana, including in Lafayette, Crawfordsville, Delphi, and Indianapolis.
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Jun21
Disorderly Conduct Conviction Reversed: Court Rules Police Suppressed Political Speech
The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed an Indianapolis woman’s conviction for disorderly conduct. The Court determined that police violated the woman’s right to political speech when they arrested her as she loudly criticized officers for being racist. Political speech that comments on government action carries additional protections compared to speech concerning other matters. Gibson Law Office has defended criminal charges throughout Central Indiana for 17 years, including in Marion County, Boone County, Hendricks County, and Hamilton County. Call 855-9-GIBSON for a free initial consultation to determine if you have a viable defense in your disorderly conduct case in Indiana.
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Jun09
Police Need a Warrant to Search Your Computer, Cell Phone
Police cannot search a person’s computer or cell phone without first obtaining a warrant supported by probable cause. If you’re charged with a crime that involves a computer or cell phone search in Indiana, call Gibson Law Office at 855-9-GIBSON. Our criminal attorneys understand the technical nuances required to attack the evidence in cases where police may have illegally searched your electronic device.

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Gibson Law Office
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Gibson Law Office
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Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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