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Mar31
Could Social Distancing Mandates Result in Probation Violations?
If social distancing restrictions and shutdowns impact your ability to complete the terms of probation or a diversion, you should be proactive. Don’t wait until a violation is alleged. An attorney can file notice with the court and seek an extension of time. By filing a formal notice with the court, you gain leverage in making a legal argument if a hearing becomes necessary. Given the extraordinary circumstances, it may be possible for an attorney to negotiate an extension of time.

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Mar31
COVID-19 Alert: Is Now the Right Time for Sentence Modification?
If you have a family member or loved one incarcerated in Indiana, it is a scary time. Infectious disease can spread through a jail or prison rapidly, placing inmates’ health at risk. The novel coronavirus creates a particularly dangerous situation due to its highly contagious nature. Social distancing is not possible behind bars. Inmates with underlying health conditions may be at an increased risk. If you have a family member in an Indiana prison, an experienced attorney can evaluate whether sentence modification is an option.
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Mar25
Absent College Students Have Risks if Criminal Case Pending
Most students at Purdue, Indiana, and Ball State have left campus and switched to remote instruction due to the COVID-19 outbreak. While classes may be accessible on-line, students with pending criminal cases may be subject to court orders to appear for hearings, complete probation terms, or report for drug screens. Failing to comply with any of these requirements could result in an arrest warrant. If you are a student at Purdue, IU, or Ball State and have a pending criminal case, contact Gibson Law Office. Our attorneys can provide local representation while you are away from campus.

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Mar25
Some Tippecanoe OWI Cases to be Resolved Without a Hearing During Outbreak
If you have been arrested for OWI in Tippecanoe County, you may be able to resolve your case – and get your driver’s license back – without appearing in court. The coronavirus is requiring many Indiana courts to postpone hearings or nearly shutdown completely.  To keep the public safe and OWI cases moving, Tippecanoe County is temporarily allowing some operating while intoxicated cases to be resolved without defendants appearing in court. If you need an experienced Lafayette OWI attorney, call Gibson Law Office.

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Mar25
COVID-19 Alert: Why Now is a Good Time to Expunge Your Indiana Criminal Record
Expungement could be a gamechanger as we confront the COVID-19 pandemic. With economic uncertainty ahead, having a clear criminal record could be a significant competitive advantage the next time you are searching for a job. Gibson Law Office has offices in Tippecanoe, Madison, Monroe, and Allen counties and expunges cases statewide in Indiana 
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Lafayette
Gibson Law Office
133 N. 4th St.
Suite 73
Lafayette, IN 47901

Phone: (765) 742-8440

Bloomington
Gibson Law Office
115 N College Ave
Suite 265
Bloomington, IN 47404

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Gibson Law Office
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Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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Gibson Law Office
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Anderson, IN 46016

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