It might not be reflected on mycase.in.gov but a prosecutor is most likely assigned to the case, and you or your attorney know who that is. Sometimes prosecutors get reassigned to other cases or courts.
I read an article by Forbes magazine which claimed that indiana didn't have the ability to tell the difference between hemp and marijuana. Now if they can how easy is it? Would it take a long time and would it be costly to the state
I have seen the language in the lab work from the State "Marijuana THC percent not determined". Hopefully at some point in the future they would be able and/or interested in trying to determine that percentage.
A warrant can be served any time, depending on the seriousness of the offense and if the defendant is considered dangerous or not. If it is just a misdemeanor check mycase.in.gov to see if bond can be posted. Generally the sooner a defendant gets out of the warrant status the better. It is better...Read more »
Please keep in mind that an arrest is not a conviction. Sometimes innocent people get arrested. If you are proven innocent the charges will then be dismissed. Another important issue to keep in mind that you have the right to have an attorney present any time you are questioned by police. If you...Read more »
Again. Now whoever sold the gun to the next guy he got caught with it and he’s a felon. Cops called original owner. He said he sold it to me. Now they want to talk to me but I don’t remember who I sold it to. Am I in trouble? I know it wasn’t the felon I researched his picture.
I am sorry to hear that there is a disagreement between you and the PD. Some counties, Marion for example, offer Modest means programs for misdemeanors and level 6 felonies where private attorneys offer services for a fraction of the cost. One would need to provide proof of income to qualify.
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