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Recent Decision Limiting Scope Of Inventory Searches

Posted on December 2, 2017

As a defense attorney, one of the most questionable law enforcement tactics during the course of real time arrests is the nature by which supposed evidence is acquired. Many people have been educated as to constitutional restraints against police search and seizure toward our respective citizens. Consequently, in my sphere of defense practice it has […]

Successful Results Are In The Details

Posted on October 31, 2017

Far too many lawyers are reluctant to expend the time or energy probing how existing laws can be challenged to defeat pending cases. However, the successful representation of clients is based upon these very details that can be unearthed from a pre trial discovery investigation. Although many pre trial dismissals are secured by more “exciting” […]

Recent Case Dismissal Underscores Need To Attack Circumstantial Evidence Within DUI Prosecutions

Posted on March 12, 2017

In my experience as a defense lawyer, I believe that not all evidence is the same when either a judge or jury is asked to render a criminal judgement against a fellow citizen. Most people not trained in law have become accustomed to what they have watched on television in regard to the strong evidence […]

How Traffic Enforcement Has Often Become Counter Productive To The Public Welfare.

Posted on January 5, 2017

As an attorney I cannot state how often I listen to neighbors express their frustrations in regard to the amount of police activity seemingly directed at minor traffic violations when nothing appears to be done at curtailing home break ins or other forcible felonies on the rise throughout Indiana. When my community was annexed, one […]

New Indiana AG Election Results Endorse Pro Incarceration Policies

Posted on December 15, 2016

Nationwide there has been a recognition that anti drug/alcohol policies that have prioritized incarceration over rehabilitation have not been successful. As a result, no matter a person’s individual stance on the issue, prosecutors throughout America have begun to adapt new methods with which to more pro actively head off increased illicit drug/alcohol activity within their […]

Recent NY Times Article Illustrates Challenges Facing Indiana Defense Lawyers

Posted on November 25, 2016

Recognizing the judicial philosophies and sentencing tendencies of a given judge is one of the most essential understandings that any experienced defense attorney must undertake. Only by knowing the particular worldview of a given judge and/or prosecutor within a community can a defense lawyer be as effective as possible on behalf of a client. Further, […]

The Favoritism Of The Thin Blue Line

Posted on June 3, 2016

The “Thin Blue Line,” is a term used most often among fellow police officers to describe the fragile line they alone are entrusted to enforce; a line separating orderly society from lawlessness. Within most contexts the phrase is one of respect in recognition of the significant sacrifices that honorable members of law enforcement make for […]

American Hero’s Arrest Underscores Low Threshold For DUI

Posted on April 11, 2016

This week the american special forces soldier widely reported to have been the operative who killed Osama Bin Laden was arrested in the state of Montana for an operating vehicle while intoxicated offense. Initial reports are somewhat sketchy. However, the soldier has maintained hs innocence and has affirmatively asserted that he will ultimately be cleared of […]

Unregulated Drivers And The Future Of Public Transportation

Posted on March 9, 2016

The relatively recent tragedy in Michigan stemming from the killing of multiple innocent civilians, allegedly by an Uber driver, has raised many concerns in regard to the safety of this new emerging avenue of public transportation. As an individual providing counsel to those seeking my suggestions as to the safest transportation alternatives where a designated […]

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