CASE RESULTS

CRIMINAL LAW

  • Possession of Marijuana, A Misdemeanor, All Counts Dismissed, Facing 1 Year, Client T.A.

  • Domestic Battery, Level 6 Felony.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 2.5 years, Client D.B.

  • Burglary Resulting in Bodily Injury, Level 3 Felony; Battery Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury, Level 5 Felony, Battery, Level 6.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 24 years.  Client F.G.

  • Theft, Level 6 Felony.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 6 months to 2.5 years.  Client M.T.

  • Domestic Battery, Class A Misdemeanor.  Found not Guilty at Bench Trial.  Facing up to 1 year.  Clien T.E.

  • Protective Order, Denied/Dismissed after Bench Trial.  Client L.B. 

  • Rape, Level 3 Felony, Burglary, Level 4 Felony.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 28 years.

  • Domestic Battery, Level 6 Felony.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 6 months to 2.5 years.  Client B.P.

  • Driving While Suspended, Class A Misdemeanor.  All Counts Dismissed.  Client B.B.

  • Protective Order.  Dismissed.  Client J.A.

  • Theft, Level 6 Felony.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 6 Months to 2.5 years.  Client D.B.

  • Battery, Class B Misdemeanor.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 180 days.  Client J.V.

  • Domestic Battery, Level 5 Felony, Criminal Recklessness, Level 6 Felony, Domestic Battery, Level 6 Felony, Battery, Class A Misdemeanor, Criminal Mischief, Class B Misdemeanor.  All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 12 years.  Client B.M.

  • Driving While Suspended, All Counts Dismissed.  Facing 1 year.  Client M.J. 

  • Theft, Level 6 Felony. Pled to A Misdemeanor upfront.  No Probation.  Facing 6 months to 2.5 years.  Client B.E.

  • Possession of Marijuana, Level 6 Felony.  Pled to A Misdemeanor, 1 year Probation.  Facing 2.5 years.  Client E.M.

  • Fraud, Level 6 Felony.  Diversion, No Probation.  Facing 6 months to 2.5 years.  Client J.H.

  • Possession of Marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor.  Diversion, No Probation.  Facing 180 days.  Client R.L.

  • Possession of Marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor.  Diversion, No Probation.  Facing 180 days.  Client D.W.

  • Kidnapping, Level 6 Felony, Domestic Battery, Level 6 Felony, Battery, Class A Misdemeanor, Domestic Battery, Class A Misdemeanor, All Counts Dismissed.  Facin 6 months to 2.5 years.  Client S.O.

  • Operating a Vehicle as a Habitual Traffic Violator, Level 6 Felony, Dismissed.  Facing 6 months to 2.5 years. Client R.A.

  • Murder, Burglary, Level 1 Felony, Robbery, Level 3 Felony and Aggravated Battery, Level 3 Felony.  Pled to Burglary, Level 1 Felony, 30 years, 20 years executed and 10 years on probation.  Facing 45-65 years.  Client M.O.

  • Burglary, Level 1 Felony and Attempted Robbery, 17.5 years, 10 years executed on home detention and 5 years suspended, 1 year on formal probation and 4 years non-reporting probation.  Facing 20-40 years.  Client W.L. 

  • Theft, Level 6 Felony.  Dismissed.  Facing 6 months to 2.5 years.  Client A.J.
     

FAMILY LAW

Mother moved children to another state. The Court orders the child to be returned to Indiana and gives father primary physical custody. Father reunited with the child.

Client M.L.

Mother refused to allow father to exercise parenting time with his child. Court ordered father to have parenting time pursuant to IPTG and allowed father to have extended holidays and breaks.

Client R.O.

Wife abruptly leaves the state with two minor children and files for divorce in another state. Husband files for divorce in Indiana, where the party resided and Indiana maintained jurisdiction over the dissolution proceedings. The divorce was finalized in Indiana and Husband received parenting time and the parties must split transportation costs for the children to go back and forth for parenting time. 

Client S.A.

Father never claimed any of his three minor children as a tax exemption in over 19 years and father was overpaying in child support since the order had never been modified. The Judge modified the child support order and father can claim his remaining minor child as a tax exemption for the first time.

Client T.V.

Father was denied parenting time with his daughter for approximately four months.  The judge granted father supervised parenting time for  three months and then he was awarded unsupervised parenting time and holidays, including Christmas Day. 

Client W.W.

Mother relocated with the minor child, so the parties lived 4 hours apart.  Parties were ordered to meet halfway, so Father could exercise 3 hours of parenting time with the child one time every other week. The Judge modified the prior agreement and ordered Father to exercise overnight parenting in his home every other weekend and holidays, including Christmas Day.

Client B.W.

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