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Grant County Criminal Defense
Grant County has several local rules for how criminal cases will be handled. Grant County has one circuit court, three superior courts, and two city courts. Which court your case will be filed in, as well as what bail amount will be set, are mandated by the local rules. If you are arrested in Marion, Indiana it is important to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney familiar with the local courts.

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Madison County Bond Schedule Escalates for Out-of-Town Defendants
Madison County has a standard felony bond schedule for all felony level offenses. However, the local rules state that if you are charged with a felony offense in Madison County, Indiana, and live outside of the county or its contiguous counties, the bond will be doubled. If you live outside of the State of Indiana, bond will be tripled.  If you are held on a high bond, an Anderson criminal defense attorney can file a motion to reduce bond and request a hearing. 

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Arrested in Tipton? Hire an Attorney with Experience
When deciding which criminal defense lawyer to hire in Tipton County it is important to retain someone who is familiar with the local rules and has experience defending a variety of crimes. If you are arrested on a major felony, Level 6 felony, or misdemeanor, you need a criminal defense attorney with experience. With an office in nearby Anderson, Gibson Law Office can help.

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New Law Allows for Expungement of Terminated Protective Orders
Indiana has expanded its expungement law to allow for expungement of protective and no contact order records in certain instances. Previously, the law in Indiana did not allow for the expungement of protective orders under any circumstances. Now, a person named in a protective order that was terminated may petition for expungement.

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Courts Can Stay OWI Suspension at Initial Hearing
Indiana’s specialized driving law was amended to allow courts to stay an OWI license suspension at the initial hearing. The new law prevents the Court from immediately sending the suspension notice to the BMV and allows the person to immediately petition for specialized driving privileges. This may allow some people who have been arrested for OWI to avoid a license suspension completely.

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Gibson Law Office
133 N. 4th St.
Suite 73
Lafayette, IN 47901

Phone: (765) 742-8440

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Bloomington, IN 47404

Phone: (812) 269-1508

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Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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Anderson, IN 46016

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