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  • Razor’s edge:  What is the difference between Switchblades and Spring-Assisted Knives?
    Razor’s edge: What is the difference between Switchblades and Spring-Assisted Knives?

    Under Indiana law, “[i]t is a Class B misdemeanor for a person to manufacture, possess, display, offer, sell, lend, give away, or purchase any knife with a detachable blade that may be ejected from ...

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  • Legal Ghostwriting
    Legal Ghostwriting

    It is no secret that Indiana courts are busy. In 2015-2016 Annual Report, the Supreme Court noted that there were approximately 1.4 million new cases filed in Indiana in 2015 alone. ...

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  • Felonies and Funerals
    Felonies and Funerals

    Generally, disorderly conduct is a B misdemeanor and occurs when a person who recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally: (1) engages in fighting or in tumultuous conduct; (2) makes unreasonable noise ...

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  • Designated Hitter
    Designated Hitter

    The designated hitter is a concept that many know from major league baseball. The rule allows for a hitter to be designated to bat for a pitcher throughout the game. The Cubs successfully used Indiana ...

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  • What is a grand jury?
    What is a grand jury?

    What is a grand jury? The term is often used, but not always fully or commonly understood. Generally, in Indiana, a person can be charged with a criminal offense in one of two ways. In most cases, an ...

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  • Appeals on Wheels
    Appeals on Wheels

    While appeals and appellate litigation often take months or even years, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a ruling addressing President Trump’s travel ban mere days after a federal ...

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