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  • Partner Tom Blessing Represents Hendricks County Mom
    Partner Tom Blessing Represents Hendricks County Mom

    Tiffani Mathews, a Hendricks County mother, filed a formal complaint with the Indiana Department of Education over the school district's failure to address her son's special needs. After several ...

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  • Indiana Becomes 22nd Hands-Free Driving State
    Indiana Becomes 22nd Hands-Free Driving State

    Do you ever catch yourself using your phone while driving? Whether it is to scroll through social media, text someone back, or change a song on your phone to listen to – the reality is that most ...

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  • The Governor's Plan To Get Back On Track
    The Governor's Plan To Get Back On Track

    Governor Holcomb recently released his plan to reopen Indiana amid the COVID-19 crisis, announcing that Indiana will lift its restrictions in phases. See the breakdown of his plan below.

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  • Trump’s Presidential Powers Do Not Erase State Police Powers
    Trump’s Presidential Powers Do Not Erase State Police Powers

    A press conference held on Monday, April 13, 2020, by President Donald Trump, sparked much debate throughout the country regarding who has the final say of when states must open back up. According to ...

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  • Marijuana No Longer a Focus for Marion County Prosecutors
    Marijuana No Longer a Focus for Marion County Prosecutors

    In a move that formalized a recent prosecutorial trend, Interim Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced that possession of less than 1 oz. of marijuana will no longer result in a misdemeanor charge. Police ...

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  • Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP Is Here to Serve Clients Impacted by COVID-19
    Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP Is Here to Serve Clients Impacted by COVID-19

    At Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP, our dedicated lawyers understand that we are currently living in strange times as we all make adjustments to accommodate social distancing recommendations to aid in ...

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