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Mar17
Expunge and Seal Your Marijuana Charges in Indiana
Despite shifting national attitudes regarding marijuana use, an arrest or conviction for marijuana-related charges can still prevent you from getting a job or promotion, in addition to a myriad of other consequences. The vast majority of marijuana related misdemeanors and felonies are eligible for expungement. Regain control of others’ perception of you by expunging or sealing your marijuana arrest and conviction records. Gibson Law Office is proud to help Indiana college students seal and expunge their criminal records in Muncie, Lafayette, Bloomington, and Terre Haute. We help Indiana college students at Purdue, IU, Ball State, Indiana State, and IPFW get jobs by defending criminal cases and sealing criminal records. If you are a college student with a criminal record, call one of our expungement attorneys today.

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Mar15
Expunge Your Indiana Criminal Record: Don't Let a Mistake in Your Past Hold You Back
While getting a job can be difficult enough, it’s even harder for people with criminal records. Start the process of expunging your misdemeanor and felony criminal records by calling Gibson Law Office. At no cost to you we will help you understand how Indiana’s expungement laws can work for your individual circumstances. We have sealed and expunged criminal records in all regions of Indiana, including in East Central Indiana, such as Grant County, Delaware County, Blackford County,  Jay County and Wells County. If you are looking for work in Muncie, Marion, Portland, Harford City, Bluffton or Anderson call Gibson Law Office at 855-9-GIBSON and speak with an expungement attorney today.

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Mar14
Coincidence Fails to Establish Constructive Possession of Marijuana in Kokomo, Indiana Case
The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed a Kokomo man’s convictions for possession of marijuana and visiting a common nuisance due to insufficient evidence. The Court found that the defendant was not in exclusive control of the vehicle, because he was a passenger; and police did not actually see him possess marijuana or discard it from the car. The Court reversed the conviction for visiting a common nuisance, because the State failed to prove that the vehicle had been used more than one time for drug use. If you are charged with possession of marijuana in Kokomo, Indiana, call Gibson Law Office for a free consultation. With offices in Lafayette and Fort Wayne, our attorneys have defended clients in Howard County, Miami County, Cass County, and Marshall County.

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Mar06
Indiana Public Intoxication Law Held Unconstitutional in Part
The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed an Indianapolis man's conviction for public intoxication holding that the term "annoy" in the context of Indiana's new public intoxication law is unconstitutionally vague. As a result, the State will no longer be able to prosecute public intoxication cases based on the allegation that an intoxicated person was annoying in public. Gibson Law Office attorneys defend public intoxication charges statewide. With offices in Lafayette and Fort Wayne, our attorneys have represented clients in Bloomington, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Kokomo, Marion, and Muncie. Our attorneys have defended hundreds of college students in public intoxication cases, including students at Purdue, IU, Ball State, and Butler. 

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Feb19
Expunging Criminal Records in Bluffton, Indiana: Get a Clean Slate in Wells County
I got my first speeding ticket in Bluffton, Indiana, and I still remember it today. I was 17 years old and headed back to Jay County after playing in a summer league basketball game in Decatur. While my transgression was relatively small, there are several people who have been unable to put an old mistake in the rearview mirror. If you have a criminal record in Wells County, Indiana you can now clear your conviction records under Indiana’s new expungement law. In Bluffton, most felony convictions can be expunged by filing a petition in the Wells Circuit Court; and all misdemeanor convictions can be expunged by filing an expungement petition in the Wells Superior Court. Whether you have a criminal record in Wells County, Adams County, Jay County, or elsewhere, call us today at 855-9-GIBSON for a free consultation.

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Phone: (765) 742-8440

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