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If You are Arrested in Allen County, Call Experienced Fort Wayne Criminal Defense Attorneys
If you are arrested in Allen County, Indiana, you need a Fort Wayne criminal defense attorney with experience. Criminal charges are serious and can affect your job, driver’s license, and freedom. Gibson Law Office criminal defense attorneys have handled criminal cases in 57 Indiana counties and have defended almost every type of criminal case. We listen to you and develop a strategy to achieve your goals. And, we do all of the hard work required to get the best possible outcome in your case.

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Indiana Police Cannot Prolong Traffic Stop for K-9 Sniff and Search
Police cannot prolong a traffic stop in order to get a K-9 unit to the scene of a traffic stop, without reasonable suspicion of a crime. A criminal defense attorney can attack an illegal K-9 search by filing a motion to suppress evidence. Gibson Law Office has offices in Lafayette and Fort Wayne, Indiana. Our criminal defense attorneys have extensive experience defending clients who were arrested following a traffic stop and dog sniff. 

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Use of Breath Test Results in Indiana OWI Trial Require Officer to Have Been Properly Certified
The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed a man’s operating while intoxicated conviction in Montgomery County because the officer who conducted the breath test was not properly trained.  Defending OWI charges requires a detailed analysis of the evidence, including the administration of any breath test and the officer’s qualifications to administer the test. Gibson Law Office has experienced OWI attorneys in Lafayette and Fort Wayne. We strategically defend OWI charges and understand the strict technical requirements for the admission of breath test results.

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OWI Endangerment is Not Established by Headlight Out at Night
The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed a man’s conviction for Operating While Intoxicated Causing Endangerment, a Class A misdemeanor, after a jury in the Clinton Superior Court found him guilty. The Court held that driving with a headlight out at night, while talking on a cell phone, is insufficient to prove endangerment.

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Allen County Shoplifting Case Distinguishes Theft from Conversion
A Fort Wayne man was arrested for shoplifting and was ultimately convicted of Theft, a Class D felony, in the Allen County Superior Court. The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed the theft conviction and awarded a new trial. The Court found that the defendant had placed unpurchased merchandise in his bag, but he did not leave the store with the items. Therefore he was entitled to a jury instruction on Conversion, a Class A misdemeanor.

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