You would have to get them expunged in Kentucky if expungement is permitted in the Commonwealth. You can only expunge an Indiana case in Indiana. I highly recommend re-asking this question of attorneys licensed to practice law in Kentucky.
I would need more information to answer your question so that I could look up his case information to see what happened with it. Do you have the cause number? If not, I might be able to look it up with your son’s name and date of birth.
The short answer is, probably not. Extra curricular activities are not considered to be a part of a student's right to a public K-12 education. It is my understanding that the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) changed its guidance this last Friday to allow for a case-by-case...Read more »
I have a pending DUI charge and IC 9-30-5-3 has recently changed. Prior occurrence has changed from 5 years to 7 years. My first DUI occurred November of 2012 but was not decided until April of 2013. My pending charge occurred on 02/05/2020. So because of this change my charge is somewhere in... Read more »
The seven year time period begins on the date of the prior conviction. In your situation, the new charge is a Felony because it is within seven years of your most recent OWI conviction. If you have not previously had a Felony conviction reduced to a Class A misdemeanor through the Alternate...Read more »
I was pulled over and subsequently arrested for pot possession. I filed a complaint against one of the officers for the way I was treated. Three and a half months later I finally get a call and an email from an officer claiming he needs to interview me for the complaint process.
If your criminal case is still pending, you should talk to your attorney on the criminal case about whether or not to participate in the interview by law enforcement regarding your complaint. If you are not yet represented by an attorney on the criminal case, you absolutely should hire an...Read more »
I hid something of my sisters so she’d pay me back money that she owed me for breaking my things.(items I took never left the room.) She attacked me and broke through my door as I was closing it to get away from her. She charged me, and I hit her in the face to get away, because she wouldn’t... Read more »
First, you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help defend you against this criminal case. Second, any good criminal defense attorney will tell you that you should only be discussing the facts of your case with your attorney. You should not talk with your friends, your...Read more »
I’m 14 years old That lives in Indiana and I don’t want to live with parents anymore. They mentally abuse me. They control my life and don’t let me express myself. They always shut me down and always threaten me that they will hit me. I’m tired of waking up everyday and hearing they yell at... Read more »
The short answer is “No”. You cannot run away from home without running the risk that you will find yourself in juvenile court for a juvenile delinquency matter. You could be placed on juvenile probation and have many consequences imposed by the judge.
Feel free to call our firm. 317-964-6000. Four of our five partners practice criminal defense and have hundreds of trials in our experience. We would be happy to offer your husband a free initial consultation.
I am a single mom and recently divorced and trying to get everything in line and just happened to get pulled over. And I have a full time job at hospital and need to be able to make money to stay on track
How prosecutors handle traffic infractions varies widely from county to county. In some counties, prosecutors will not amend any traffic ticket which leaves you with the choice of either paying the ticket or taking it to trial. In other (most) counties, prosecutors may be willing to amend a...Read more »
He was convicted of possession almost 20 years ago and has not been in any legal trouble since I know that the charges carry a sentence of anywhere from 1-12 years. I’m curious as to what amount of time he will LIKELY be sentenced to based on his history and everything else. Just a professional... Read more »
Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Causing Death is a Level 4 Felony which has a sentencing range of 2 years to 12 years in the Department of Correction with an advisory sentence of 6 years. Reckless Homicide is a Level 5 Felony which has a sentencing range of 1 to 6 years in the Department of...Read more »
While I hate to answer your question with a question, it is very important to know whether or not your attorney knew about the employer/employee relationship between the prosecutor and the victim. Even if your attorney did not know about that relationship, it still may not be a conflict that would...Read more »
If any of your prior convictions are from Marion County, Indiana, there is a self-help desk located in the City-County Building to assist people with the preparation and filing of pro-bono petitions for expungement.
Mr. Cunningham is correct, Indiana Code, Title 9 (the motor vehicles title of the code) only goes up to Article 33 so the code citation that you provided does not exist in Indiana statute presently. However, Indiana Code 9-30-5-2(a) is a very common code citation and it is a part of the Indiana...Read more »
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