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  • Be safe this Holiday Season - get a FREE cab ride home
    Be safe this Holiday Season - get a FREE cab ride home

    Merry Christmas and Happy Hannukah to all. During this holiday season, many of us will attend family parties or work parties. Food and drink will be plenitful as we celebrate this joyous season with ...

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  • Late HTV Notices from BMV - Indiana Court of Appeals weighs in
    Late HTV Notices from BMV - Indiana Court of Appeals weighs in

    The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is required to send notices to drivers who qualify as Habitual Traffic Violators. The Habitual Traffic Violator designation can carry a 5 year, 10 year or lifetime ...

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  • Attorney Miller Serves on Nominating Committee for Allen County Bar
    Attorney Miller Serves on Nominating Committee for Allen County Bar

    We are proud to announce that Attorney Gregory A. Miller recently served on the Board of Director's Nominating Committee for the Allen County Bar Association, of which he is an active member. This ...

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  • BMV sees increase in suspended drivers - not surprising!
    BMV sees increase in suspended drivers - not surprising!

    According to this article on Indianas News Center, the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has seen a 22% increase in the number of drivers license suspensions. The BMV is attributing this to an increase ...

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  • How to choose a criminal defense attorney
    How to choose a criminal defense attorney

    Most of my client's come to me by referral. It may be another attorney referring a client, a former client or a friend or family member making the referral. Many of these referred client's tell me ...

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  • Allen County's new Drunk Driving Protocol - be careful if you refuse a breath test
    Allen County's new Drunk Driving Protocol - be careful if you refuse a breath test

    On September 6, 2012, the Allen County Prosecutor's Office announced a new protocol for Drunk Driving (DUI/OWI) investigations. A driver under investigation for Drunk Driving (DUI/OWI) who refuses to ...

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