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Indiana Expands Felony OWI Enhancement
Effective July 1, 2019, Indiana extended the time period to seven years in which a prior operating while intoxicated (OWI) charge elevates a new OWI arrest to a Level 6 felony. Even though a person is charged with a Level 6 felony Operating While Intoxicated, it may still be possible to resolve the case as a misdemeanor and avoid a felony conviction. With offices in Lafayette, Bloomington, Anderson, and Fort Wayne, Gibson Law Office attorneys represent clients throughout Indiana.

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How to Hire the Right Criminal Defense Attorney in Anderson
If you are charged with a crime in Madison County, deciding which Anderson criminal defense lawyer to hire is one of the most important decisions you will make. It is important to retain an attorney who is familiar with the different courts and procedures and has experience defending a variety of crimes in Anderson.

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New Indiana Criminal Laws Took Effect Today
Several new Indiana criminal laws took effect today, and others were amended to provide for enhanced penalties. Changes include new crimes for unlawful distribution of intimate images or “revenge porn”, possession and dealing in a lookalike substance, and enhanced penalties for operating while intoxicated offenses. Gibson Law Office criminal attorneys know the new laws. With offices in Lafayette, Bloomington, Anderson, and Fort Wayne, we represent clients statewide.

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Maintaining a Common Nuisance Conviction Reversed
An Indiana man’s conviction for maintaining a common nuisance has been reversed by the Court of Appeals, because he did not use his vehicle more than once to deal drugs. If you have been charged with maintaining a common nuisance or any drug crime, call Gibson Law Office. With offices in Lafayette, Bloomington, Fort Wayne, and Anderson, our criminal defense attorneys represent clients throughout Indiana.

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Madison County Establishes Pre-Trial Expungement Rules
If you have a criminal record in Madison County, Indiana, it’s important to consult with an expungement attorney who knows the local court rules. When a petition for expungement is filed in Madison County, the parties must conduct a pre-trial conference with the deputy prosecutor handling the expungement petition within thirty days. If you want an expungement attorney in Anderson who knows the local rules, call Gibson Law Office today.  

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