In a recent ruling, the Court of Appeals reversed a conviction for the possession of a narcotic drug.
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Can the odor (smell) of marijuana be enough for the police to arrest you?
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.
When a judge recommends purposeful incarceration for sentencing, what does that actually mean? Lawyer Steven Knecht breaks down the legalese.
Steven Knecht won the dismissal of drug charges based on a motion to suppress for an improper pat down search.