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Sep17
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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Aug30
Football Season Can Mean Increased Alcohol Arrests for Purdue Students
During Purdue’s football season, excise and local police will aggressively patrol the campus for alcohol violations. They often set-up underage drinking stings and walk-by tailgate parties looking for students drinking.  Excise police also target underage students trying to purchase alcohol with a false identification. When a Purdue student is arrested, he or she will also face disciplinary action from Purdue.When a Purdue student is arrested, he or she should contact Gibson Law Office immediately. Our attorneys have more than 20 years of experience representing Purdue students.

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Aug28
Drug Convictions Reversed Due to Illegal Search
An Indiana man’s convictions for possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana were reversed by the Indiana Court of Appeals due to an illegal search by police. The Court ruled that police should have obtained a search warrant prior to searching a sock that fell from the man's pants. As a result, his convictions were overturned.
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Aug27
Leaving the Scene of an Accident Conviction Reversed
An Indiana man’s conviction for leaving the scene of an accident has been reversed by the Court of Appeals after finding the State had presented insufficient evidence. To convict a person of leaving the scene of an accident, the State must prove he or she did not attempt to locate or notify the owner of the property damage. With offices in Lafayette, Bloomington, Anderson, and Fort Wayne, Gibson Law Office attorneys defend traffic-related cases throughout Indiana.

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Aug26
Operating While Intoxicated Defense in Lafayette: Value in Hiring an Attorney Early in Case
If you are arrested for OWI in Lafayette, Indiana, your driver’s license will be ordered suspended at the Initial Hearing for 180 days or until the case is resolved. If you need a license to drive to work, school, medical appointments, or to transport children, it’s important to contact an experienced OWI defense lawyer right away. In some cases, it’s possible to resolve the case by reducing the 180 days suspension to 0 days. In other cases, a person can obtain Specialized Driving Privileges to drive while the case is pending.

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