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Criminal Defense Articles

The following articles have been authored by our attorneys to provide general information on issues of importance in criminal law. The content of the articles is not intended to serve as legal advice specific to your case. For legal advice, please contact us using the contact box at the bottom of this page.

How to Obtain an Indiana Hardship License by Jon A. Keyes;  January 2017

Who is Ineligible to Possess a Firearm in the State of Indiana? by Eric N. Allen;  August 2016

Indiana’s New Law on Specialized Driving Privileges by Bryan D. Stoffel February 2015

How to Obtain a Sentence Modification in Indiana by Jon A. Keyes May 2014

Indiana Gun Laws: An Overview by James W. McNew September 2013

How Indiana’s New Expungement Law Can Clear Your Record

Reporting Child Abuse: What Is Your Legal Obligation?  by James W. McNew; October, 2012

May I Drive A Moped With A Suspended Driver’s License? Not So Fast . . .

How To Have An Indiana Felony Conviction Reduced To A Misdemeanor by Jon A. Keyes; September, 2012

Can I “Stand My Ground” in Indiana? by James W. McNew; May, 2012

Barry Bonds, Penn State and the Fifth Amendment by James W. McNew; December, 2011

A New Law In 2011 Will Assist In Expunging Some Criminal Records by Jon A. Keyes; June, 2011

PLEASE NOTE: Articles published by Allen Wellman Harvey Keyes Cooley, LLP, are written for the purpose of providing general legal information, only. The facts of each case or situation are unique, and in some instances the general information in an article may not be applicable or may not apply as described in the article. For advice that is specific to your particular situation, please schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys. The provision of information in articles is not intended to and does not create an attorney-client relationship.