When a judge rules you guilty, that verdict becomes part of the public record. Anyone can find out this information. If people learn about your past, it has the potential to impact your life in negative ways. Expungement and sealing are the two methods by which you...
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3 things that interfere with breath test results
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Mar 24, 2023 | DUI Defense
Breath tests have become a standard tool for law enforcement officers to check motorists for alcohol consumption. However, various factors can affect the accuracy of these tests. It is essential to know about them to avoid false-positive readings. According to IC...
Consequences of multiple traffic violations
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Mar 22, 2023 | Traffic Offenses
In Indiana, traffic violations can have serious consequences. Depending on the offense, you face potential suspension or revocation of your driver's license. The state takes a dim view of drivers who repeatedly disregard traffic laws. Repeated traffic violations can...
Can my employer fire me for a drug crime?
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Dec 28, 2022 | Drug Charges
Worrying about your employment with a drug arrest on your record is understandable. According to IN.gov, employers can fire employees at will, with some exceptions. However, nothing is ever black and white regarding employment rights. For example, the Americans with...
When can the police demand a drug test?
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Nov 21, 2022 | Drug Charges
Although the roadside breath test has become a generally accepted practice, few people realize that Indiana police have the authority to mandate drug tests in some instances. Not only can police mandate blood tests, but they can also perform roadside saliva tests for...
Why you should not drink while operating a boat
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Nov 7, 2022 | Criminal Defense
You might already be aware that you should not drive while intoxicated. But what if you are operating a boat with your friends and you want to knock back a few? Is it really as bad as drunk driving? You might think that you have more control over a boat than a car....
Can an off-hours ticket mean losing your CDL?
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Aug 29, 2022 | Traffic Offenses
Drivers who hold a commercial driver’s license for work should have impeccable driving skills, even while operating personal vehicles. Obtaining a CDL requires a rigorous knowledge-based exam as well as a commercial vehicle driving test. Indiana truckers, bus drivers...
Common mistakes with ignition interlock devices
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Jun 2, 2022 | DUI Defense
Facing drunk driving charges can come with several layers of frustration. In addition to time trying to resolve the charge, you may have other hoops to jump through on the road to getting your license reinstated. After a drunk driving charge, you may need to have an...
The collateral consequences of a drug charge in college
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Apr 29, 2022 | Drug Charges
College is often a time of experimentation. After all, it may be your first time living independently, without parental supervision. Drug use among college students is quite common. This can lead to the misconception that a college campus is a safe space to use drugs...
Are DUI diversion programs available in Indiana?
On Behalf of Sallee Law, LLC | Mar 30, 2022 | DUI Defense
Facing the criminal justice system in Indiana can be a frustrating, intimidating experience. Depending on the charge and their criminal record, individuals could face jail time, fines, restitution, community service and loss of driving privileges. Fortunately, under...
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