In youth, often people make bad
decisions. Sometimes, a youthful indiscretion is an act like shoplifting or petty theft.
After paying your debt to society as a youth, you have moved along, but after you’ve
moved past it, how to get theft off your record? It all...
Indiana Code 35-50-2-5(b) is the
specific Indiana Code that refers to a Level 3 Felony offense in Indiana. In 2014, a Level 3
Felony could either be a Class B or a Class C Felony. Because this is considered a Major
Felony, there is a $20,000 surety bond with this...
Murder is the unlawful killing of
another human without justification or plausible/moral intent, especially the unlawful
killing of another human with malice aforethought. This state of mind may, depending upon
the jurisdiction, distinguish murder from other forms of...
In Indiana, a Level 4 Felony, which is
formerly a C Felony, under Indiana criminal law, has the potential sentence of between two
(2) and twelve (12) years under the direct supervision of the Indiana Department of
Corrections. Indiana Code 35-50-2-5.5 dictates the...
In general, a felony can be defined as
any criminal offense that results in a prison of one year or longer. Felonies tend to be
crimes that involve violence and are considered harmful or dangerous to society. Felonies
also include some of the most serious types of...
Criminal restitution is money ordered by
the court to repay a victim (or the victim’s insurance) for financial losses. It is the
right of a victim to be reimbursed for losses caused directly by the crime. Restitution is
not a punishment for the offender; it is a...