The Fourth Amendment to the US protects citizens from unlawful and unreasonable searches and seizures. The law protects their ‘persons, houses, papers, and effects.’
The law enforcement agencies exist to maintain peace in a society, especially in public. Any attempt made to disturb this peace is punishable under law. Every citizen has a fundamental right to live their lives peacefully, and its government’s job to guarantee it. This is why Indiana has strict disorderly conduct laws.
Killing any human being is like depriving them of their right to live. It’s a heinous crime and often the worst of what a human is capable of. Homicides have harsh legal implications and are dealt with very severely.
Accidents involve loss of life and property. If you’re gotten into one and are unharmed, it’s your social responsibility to offer whatever help you can, irrespective of who was at a fault. The law of Indiana requires you to do the same.
Driving requires your undivided attention! You need to be able to stay in your lane, be wary of other cars on the road, and keep a lookout for the traffic lights. When you drink and drive, your ability to keep up with these three vital tasks gets impaired.
American jails are overcrowded and under-equipped. The inmates are tortured and kept under impoverished conditions. What makes it worse is that a huge chunk of these inmates is young adults.
To acquire bail before trial is a fundamental right that the US constitution grants you. An arrest is never the end of the world. The law gives you a second chance to prove your innocence in court. A bail bridges the gap between a jail cell and the courthouse.
In this infographic, we recap what is a bail and what are the conditions of a bail. It does not always involve the defendant paying money to the court.