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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Agricultural Law and Legal Malpractice for Indiana on
Q: Can I serve wild game at a restaurant if the game was processed professionally

The food will be cooked to a safe temperature on a charcoal grill.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Indiana on
Q: If I was injured at work but didn't go to the emergency room. months later effecting me what are my options

Injured at work due to a coworker/shiftlead instructing me to assist them in an unsafe task and they caused injuryto me. I didn't go to emergency room after. I have been suffering headaches emotional instability and mental processing issues months after injury. Do I have a standing to pursue... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for Indiana on
Q: I purchased a vehicle through an auction with an abandonedvehicle titlepacket for IndianaBMVafter 3 attempts i need help

I have sent in my packet 3 times and every time they find a separate issue with my forms. They are now saying i need a form that requires the auctioneer along with tow company and my info and signatures to be re filled out. I don't have the contact info for these entities. Can I have a lawyer... View More

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Dec 2, 2023

Dealing with title issues for a vehicle purchased at auction can be complex, but there are steps you can take to resolve this. First, try to obtain the contact information for the auctioneer and the tow company. This information might be available through the auction house or any documentation you... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law for Indiana on
Q: Can a business in Indiana charge a 3% transaction fee for debit card transactions? I do for credit cards currently

I'm a chiropractic business trying to save on fees. i know I can't charge for HSA and FSA per law I believe, but wanting to verify if it's ok by law to charge 3% for debit and credit cards..?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Indiana on
Q: Should I admit to my charges, if there is a lack/no proof against me
Andrew L. Bennett
Andrew L. Bennett
answered on Dec 1, 2023

If there is lack or no proof of the allegations against you, why would you admit. You should consult with a local criminal defense attorney to discuss your options. Most attorneys offer a free consultation.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Indiana on
Q: I was arrested in April 2023 during a traffic stop on an FTA warrant.

I was arrested in April 2023 during a traffic stop on an FTA warrant. At the jail I was given jail attire to change into. During my dress out the officer found a bag of Methamphetamine inside my underwear, the jail officer contacted the arresting officer to inform him and he came back to the jail... View More

Andrew L. Bennett
Andrew L. Bennett
answered on Dec 1, 2023

You should discuss this with your attorney. If in fact both are from the same incident, then he/she should request the warrant be recalled.

0 Answers | Asked in Antitrust, Criminal Law and Education Law for Indiana on
Q: I have a question does Indiana allow the demure law ?

I feel there is some suspicious proceedings in a dcs case from the beginning they had my daughters name spelled wrong and they wrote her down on court as a male and before they stated the case they had all the information in the case they had previously had all the info on my kids and the hospital... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Indiana on
Q: In a criminal case, does the prosecution have a certain timeframe they have to submit discovery once it’s been requested

I have had my identity stolen and had multiple fraudulent charges on my bank account. The bank seems to think that I made these charges even though I have ample proof that I did not. And am going to court for a fraud charge. It’s been 1.5 years since proceedings began and they haven’t submitted... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support, Family Law, Constitutional Law and Federal Crimes for Indiana on
Q: What can I do about another state charging me child support when Ive been paying child support for 13 years in another?

I filed for divorce and was granted it about 13 years ago, but was ordered to pay child support and was retroactively ordered to pay back-support all the way back to when my son was born, and along with other stipulations. My ex wife moved had moved back home with her family and had taken the kids... View More

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Dec 1, 2023

In your situation, where you're facing child support issues across state lines, it's important to understand the complexities of interstate child support laws. Each state has its own child support guidelines, but they generally follow the federal Uniform Interstate Family Support Act... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Employment Law, Federal Crimes and Consumer Law for Indiana on
Q: Do you think it would be worth my time to sue Dominoes under the Lanum Act for False Advertisement?!

On November 30th at 11:55pm I placed an order to my nearest local Domino's store. At about 12:01am, I received a phone call from the Domino's I placed my order thru. It was one of the employees calling to inform me that my order had come thru at 11:59pm and unfortunately they were closed... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Indiana on
Q: Are there grandparent rights in Indiana?

My son lost his parental rights due to not appearing in court so he (my grandson who is 6 yrs old)was legally adopted by his mother’s new husband, Does this mean I lose my rights to see him too? I’ve been the only one there that has been consistent for my grandson. Can you help me with what I... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning for Indiana on
Q: What rights does an executor of a Wiil have in the state of Indiana?

The property was left to “all daughters”. Does the executor have the right to control property and what’s in it until property is sold and monies are distributed equally?

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for Indiana on
Q: In a case of a person dying intestate can the probate judge alter the estate distribution under unusual circumstances?

Surviving spouse has a disabled daughter and two grand children she has legal custody over (one severely handicapped) all from a previous marriage. They had no children together. Deceased husband has two children by a previous marriage who are claiming 75% of the equity in the home of the... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Indiana on
Q: Traffic stop, allegedly stolen vehicle under Enterprise Rental contract, illegal search, no Miranda read,

Arrested, many charges not including auto theft. Nothing was on plain view or on my person. The was loaned to me 30 minutes prior to stop

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Indiana on
Q: On a road way not marked with any one way signs with several outlets, does a do not enter sign make it a one way?

In my hometown, there is a street that connects a city street to a two lane Hwy (Hwy 231). It is American Legion Ave in Loogootee, Indiana. Nowhere on this road does it indicate that it is a one way, when entering from Highway 231 there is a do not enter sign and where the street comes out on the... View More

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