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Attorneys Mario Massillamany & Tom Blessing Successfully Reverse Client’s Conviction on Appeal
Attorneys Mario Massillamany & Tom Blessing Successfully Reverse Client’s Conviction on Appeal

Partners Mario Massillamany and Tom Blessing handle appeal and successfully reverse their client’s conviction for two counts of burglary and two counts of theft. Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP was appointed counsel to represent Mark, who was charged in 2015 with two counts ...

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  • Attorneys Mario Massillamany & Tom Blessing Successfully Reverse Client’s Conviction on Appeal

    Partners Mario Massillamany and Tom Blessing handle appeal and successfully reverse their client’s conviction for two counts of burglary and two counts of theft. Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP was ...

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  • Parents of Disabled Child Take Legal Action to Get Him Back in School

    Attorney Tom Blessing represents the family of a disabled boy that filed a complaint with the Indiana Department of Education to get their son back in school. A family from Fishers, IN, has filed a ...

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    Parents Claim School Shutdown is Illegal A group of frustrated and desperate parents in California has filed a federal lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom challenging his order to keep schools in ...

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    Summer is starting, which means that boating season is here! This time of year, the weekends are normally always packed with trips to the beach to go boating and spend time outside soaking up the sun ...

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  • Indiana Court of Appeals Reminds Trial Court of Parents Due Process Rights

    The Indiana trial courts and the Department of Child Services (DCS) have repeatedly deprived parents of their Constitutional right to due process over the years. They have continuously failed to ...

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  • Indiana Supreme Court Extends Trial Courts’ Emergency Tolling Authority

    On March 16, 2020, the Indiana Supreme Court ordered trial courts statewide to implement appropriate continuity-of-operations plans for providing essential judicial services consistent with this ...

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