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Blog Posts in January, 2012

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  • Redefining of Public Intoxication moving forward
    Redefining of Public Intoxication moving forward

    Updating this earlier entry , it appears that the move to revise the definition of Public Intoxication laws is moving forward. Senate Bill 97, authored by Sen. Mike Young (R-Indianapolis) was passed ...

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  • Warrant needed for GPS tracking - SCOTUS rules in United States v. Jones
    Warrant needed for GPS tracking - SCOTUS rules in United States v. Jones

    Updating this earlier blog entry , the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has unanimously ruled that law enforcement officers MUST obtain a search warrant to track criminal suspects with GPS ...

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  • Indiana Prison Reform - Dead on Arrival
    Indiana Prison Reform - Dead on Arrival

    Updating these earlier posts, here and here, about prison over-crowding, and low-level felony convictions, it appears as if sentencing reform is dead on arrival during this legislative session. ...

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  • Fort Wayne Police Officer retires after Drunk Driving Conviction
    Fort Wayne Police Officer retires after Drunk Driving Conviction

    Updating this recent post , Fort Wayne Police Sgt. Santiago "Jim" Zamora, officially retired from the Fort Wayne Police Department, after 34 years. Sgt. Zamora was arrested in August 2011 for ...

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  • Redefining Intoxication?  Indiana Legislature looking to a new definition
    Redefining Intoxication? Indiana Legislature looking to a new definition

    Updating my earlier blog entry about the Indiana Supreme Court's decision in Moore v. State . In the Moore case, the Indiana Supreme Court upheld the conviction of a passenger for Public Intoxication ...

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