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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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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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OWI Conviction Reversed for Driver with ACE Below 0.08
The Indiana Court of Appeals reversed a man's OWI conviction after the judge instructed jurors they could not consider the defendant's low ACE of 0.069. This is an important precedent for defense attorneys representing clients charged with OWI who had breath test results below 0.08.
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BMV Amnesty Program Paves Cheaper Path to Drivers License Reinstatement
Under a new Indiana law, if you owe unpaid tickets, fines or BMV reinstatement fees, you can petition a court to cut the fees in half. To be eligible, the petition must be filed in 2020 and relief only applies to violations that occurred before January 1, 2019. The BMV Amnesty program only lasts for one year, so don’t wait to get your license reinstated. It will never be cheaper. 

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Indiana Public Intoxication Conviction Reversed: Staggering Man Did Not Endanger Life
An Indiana man’s conviction for public intoxication was reversed after the Court of Appeals held that the State failed to prove that he endangered his own life beyond a reasonable doubt. This case will have immediate impact on defending public intoxication charges filed against college students at Purdue, Indiana, and Ball State. When a student is arrested, it’s important to contact an attorney in Lafayette, Bloomington or Muncie who is familiar with recent Court of Appeals cases.
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