If during a traffic stop in Indiana, a police officer asks you to take a breath test to determine if you are intoxicated, should you agree to take the breath test?
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Can you be convicted of possessing drugs if the State does not present lab test results identifying the drugs in court? In Indiana, the answer is that you can based on witness testimony and circumstantial evidence.
If you take lost property in Indiana, does the State of Indiana consider that to be theft? Lawyer Steven Knecht discusses a recent court case that gives you the details.
Do the police have to find a weapon used in a crime in order to convict you? How does this work in the state of Indiana?
When a judge recommends purposeful incarceration for sentencing, what does that actually mean? Lawyer Steven Knecht breaks down the legalese.