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  • New Changes to Expungement Law
    New Changes to Expungement Law

    Since being enacted a few years ago, Indiana's expungement law has provided an opportunity for those with certain criminal convictions to be given a second chance. The expungement law was revised this ...

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  • Sentence Modifications - recent changes in Indiana Law
    Sentence Modifications - recent changes in Indiana Law

    Effective July 1, 2014, Indiana Code 35-38-1-17(c) allows trial courts throughout Indiana may modify a sentence, at any time, without a prosecutor's consent. Prior to this change in law, if more than ...

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  • Revisions to Indiana Criminal Code - Big changes in store
    Revisions to Indiana Criminal Code - Big changes in store

    Effective July 1, 2014, Indiana Criminal Code will be drastically changed. The current four felony levels will be expanded to six levels. Misdemeanor charge levels are unaffected by the new law. These ...

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  • Governor Pence signs Expungement Law
    Governor Pence signs Expungement Law

    Updating an earlier entry , on May 6, 2013, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed House Bill 1482 into law. This new law will take effect on July 1, 2013 and allows convictions to be erased. This law ...

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  • Gregory A. Miller Announces Move to New Office Location
    Gregory A. Miller Announces Move to New Office Location

    My name is Gregory A. Miller, as the founding attorney at the firm, I am proud to announce that my office will be moving to a new office location effective March 1st, 2013. As of Friday, March 1st, my ...

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  • Indiana Criminal Code could be changing - Rewrite of Criminal Code moves forward
    Indiana Criminal Code could be changing - Rewrite of Criminal Code moves forward

    Former Governor Mitch Daniels had wanted to see an overhaul of the criminal code in Indiana. While it didn't happen during his tenure, it looks as if a complete re-write of Indiana's Criminal Code is ...

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