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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 by ...

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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 an 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 tracking ...

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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 Operating ...

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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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