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Invasion of Privacy

Charges for invasion of privacy allege that a person violated a protective order, restraining order, or no contact order.

Theft

Theft: While this charge generally starts as an A-misdemeanor for smaller thefts, it can be elevated to a Felony if certain conditions are met.

Driving While Suspended

Driving While Suspended is just what it sounds like, driving a vehicle while having a suspended license. An individual caught driving on a suspended license may face an infraction or criminal charge.

Criminal Defense Lawyer- Counties Served

We currently represent clients in criminal matters in Kosciusko, Wabash, Whitley, Fulton, Huntington, and Miami County. Contact us today!

Possession of Methamphetamine

Possession of Meth:  knowingly or intentionally possesses meth (whether pure or impure) without a valid prescription.

Domestic Battery

Domestic Battery is knowingly and intentionally touching someone you have a domestic relationship with in a way that is rude, insolent or angry manner.

Resisting Law Enforcement

 Resisting arrest charges can range from a class A misdemeanor to a level two felony depending on the circumstances.

Burglary

Burglary is when a person breaks into and enters someone else’s structure or building with the intent to commit theft or a felony.

Misdemeanors

Although misdemeanors are typically considered less serious offenses by some, they can carry with them serious penalties including possible incarceration and fines.

Invasion of Privacy

Invasion of privacy alleges that a person violated a protective order, restraining order, or no contact order.

Felony Charges

Felony charges are more serious than misdemeanors and carry with them more serious punishments in terms of incarceration and potential fines which could be imposed.

DUI Attorney

In Indiana it is illegal for anyone to drive with a Blood Alcohol Content-Concentration (BAC) of .08% or above.

Indiana Expungement Attorneys

Our Indiana Expungement Attorneys are here to help expunge your past mistakes.