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Criminal Defense In Bloomington, Indiana

February 2018 Archives

College is for trying new things, unless they're illegal

Many people who have gone to college remember their days of trying new drugs or drinking too much. The problem is that today's laws are strict, in some cases a great deal more stringent than those in the past. Someone caught with marijuana, or other drugs may not get a warning today. Instead, they likely will end up with criminal charges.

When are police allowed to search my water bottle?

Water bottles make it easy to carry a chilled beverage wherever you go. While these containers were designed to hold water, not everyone who carries one has that intention. Since their invention, water bottles have become a tried-and-true method for some people to surreptitiously carry alcohol.

A primer on guns and marijuana for Indiana renters

When you are renting an apartment, your rights are slightly different than when you are living in a home that you own. Your landlord is the one who sets the rules, with a few restrictions. Violating the terms of your lease can lead to eviction—and no tenant wants that.

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