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Supreme Court grants transfer in expungement case involving converted felony conviction

The waiting period to expunge a misdemeanor conviction is five years from the date of the conviction. For a class D felony, the wait is eight years. What happens when a person succeeds in having his felony conviction converted to a misdemeanor? The wait time is five years, but when does the time begin to run? That’s the issue in N.G. v. State, an ...

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Fenton, Manges go before Court of Appeals in annexation–fire protection services case

On December 11, 2019, the Indiana Court of Appeals heard oral argument in City of Fort Wayne v. Southwest Allen County Fire Protection District. James P. Fenton and Timothy A. Manges of Fletcher Van Gilder LLP represented the City of Fort Wayne. The case involves areas in the Fire District that were annexed by Fort Wayne. The City now provide ...