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  • Can I Video Record the Police in Public?
    Can I Video Record the Police in Public?

    Whether we use them or not, many people have a camera on their phone and at the ready. Depending on the circumstances, those that do elect to use them to record police actions in public can be ...

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  • When Do The Cops Have to Read My Rights?
    When Do The Cops Have to Read My Rights?

    Here is the legalese: for any individual's statements that are made during a custodial interrogation to be admissible at trial, the individual must first be made aware of his or her Miranda rights and ...

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  • What are the Penalties for Refusing the Field Sobriety Tests in a DUI?
    What are the Penalties for Refusing the Field Sobriety Tests in a DUI?

    You're driving home after a night out and you are stopped by a police officer. The officer informs you that he smells alcohol and asks you if you have been drinking. He then asks you to step out of ...

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  • Can You Get a DUI if You Are Under .08?
    Can You Get a DUI if You Are Under .08?

    The short answer: Yes. In Indiana, there are two separate charges related to DUI. The first is Operating While Intoxicated or OVWI. These types of cases are commonly referred to as "intoxication ...

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  • Why It Matters How Officers Get Paid
    Why It Matters How Officers Get Paid

    When you drive by an individual pulled over on the side of the road with a police officer, you probably don't ask yourself "I wonder how that cop is getting paid." But you should. As local and county ...

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  • Can the Government Limit Your Right to Bear Arms to Your Home?
    Can the Government Limit Your Right to Bear Arms to Your Home?

    No. According to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which held on February 13, 2014, that to do so is a violation of the Constitution and would render the Second Amendment a nullity. See Peruta et ...

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