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Indiana Expands Expungement Law
Beginning July 1, 2019, expungement in Indiana will include sealing collateral actions to a criminal case. This includes civil forfeiture and specialized driving privileges. With offices in Lafayette, Bloomington, Fort Wayne and Anderson, Gibson Law Office has extensive experience expunging criminal records throughout Indiana.

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It’s Little 500 Weekend at IU. Our Bloomington Attorneys are Ready!
This weekend’s Little 500 is one of Bloomington’s greatest traditions. It’s also patrolled aggressively by police. In recent years more than 150 people were arrested for crimes such as operating while intoxicated (DUI), public intoxication, minor consumption, disorderly conduct, and possession of marijuana.  If you are arrested, call Gibson Law Office. Our Bloomington attorneys can help. 

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Madison County Conviction for Possession of Marijuana Reversed
An Anderson, Indiana man’s convictions for possession of marijuana and maintaining a common nuisance were reversed when the Court of Appeals held that the State failed to prove the man had constructive possession of marijuana. If you are arrested in Madison County, call Gibson Law Office. 
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Charged with OWI in Benton County, Indiana? A Defense Attorney’s Guide
If you have been arrested for Operating While Intoxicated in Benton County, Indiana, you likely have many questions. Formal criminal charges are often filed days in advance of the Initial Hearing. An attorney can contact the prosecutor and often obtain the police reports and other evidence prior to the Initial Hearing. This allows the lawyer to evaluate the evidence and provide feedback on the fastest way to get a person’s driving privileges restored. In some cases, a Plea Agreement can be negotiated that allows for Specialized Driving Privileges to be ordered at the Initial Hearing. If a person has a job, this means that instead of being suspended for 180 days, he or she could drive for employment purposes right away.

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Criminal Trespass Conviction Reversed Due to Lack of Police Authority
A Kokomo man’s conviction for criminal trespass was reversed after the Indiana Court of Appeals held that a police officer did not have the authority to ban him from a public park on a permanent basis. If a person is charged with criminal trespass, it is important to contact an experienced criminal attorney. If a person is allegedly banned from a public place, the State must first prove that the ban itself is legal.

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