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  • Laurel man found, arrested for murder

    Monday Nov 17 | via Palladium-Item 

    Laurel man found, arrested for murder A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Bertram Rayburn Jr. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1qPORNn The Indiana State Police on Monday arrested a Franklin County man in the shooting death of a Liberty man earlier this month. Bertram Rayburn Jr., 61, was taken into custody at about 4:30 p.m. on a charge of murder in the Nov. 4 death of Dwight Jones, 59. A murder charge was filed Nov. 12 in Franklin Circuit Court against Rayburn, but until Monday authorities had been unable to apprehend him. 3 comments

    Related Topix: Violent Crime, Laurel, IN, Franklin County, IN, Liberty, IN

Liberty Law

argument in a parking lot
Yes, they are liable for the damages, absent other facts. This is unlikely to be covered by insurance and could be the...
I have three dui lost license 10 years I have habitual substance due to the court system going back ten years to convict me on habitual I am going to be single dad with my two year old and to get her to places as me to work!
Due to the length of time you talking about in the types of suspensions, you would do best to consult with a local...
At gas station outside car. Officer pulls up ask for license. Gives breath test. 1.2 I am amazed as my drinking was from night before. I was on way to work thinking nothing about it. Go to hospital refuse test hoping to drop below legal limit. Don't know that one as they ordered it done anyway. To jail. Third test. 1.6 now. Got bail, got lawyer, got plea agreement. Still have oui, will drop oui per se, 1 year 6 days with year suspended, 90 day license suspended instead of year. Six days in jail, 40 hours community service, 430 in fines. Lost job. With this on record not much hope of getting another. Can't get anywhere anyway. Wasn't even in car clerk at gas station smelled alcohol and called cop.
Sounds like a decent deal to me, especially given the fact you seem unfazed whatsoever by the fact you were a .12 and...
I am an Indiana Resident, have two DUI convictions (last conviction in 2009) in Indiana, and an Illinois license. My license was revoked for 5 years and I will not be eligible for a full reinstatement until late 2015. I can get a hardship in Illinois at this time if I were to apply for one. However, I want to move to Texas for a job, sometime in early 2015. Is it possible at this time to fill out an out-of-state packet, submit it to the Illinois Secretary of State, have the revocation hold removed, move to Texas, and then apply for a hardship in Texas? From my understanding, I cannot get a hardship license in Texas until the revocation hold is lifted in Illinois. Is this possible?
As a non resident of Illinois you can apply for clearance of the Illinois hold only after you are eligible for...
I was arrested in November 2013 for OWI. I am hearing impaired and did not hear the officer ask me to take the breathalyzer test. The officer then told me I was going to the hospital for a blood test. Ive never been arrested and didnt know the protocol so just went. I did not realize this was considered a refusal. At the hospital, they drew the blood, gave it to the officer and it took over 8 months to get those results. Are they still accurate? I thought the longer a sample sat, the higher risk of fermentation and false positive results.
What's more likely is that the hospital had results fairly quickly and the officer just sat on his hands until he...
First dui ever I have a cdl.
First things first-hire counsel in Illinois to represent you and to determine whether you may be able to enter a plea...
My best friend goes to IU and got a DUI. He is 20. He blew a .14 and did agree to a breathalyzer. He was originally pulled over for speeding (going 19 over) and then admitted he had been drinking. What I need to know is: the difference between just pleading guilty and trying for a title 12? Are they the same thing? What is more beneficial to him? Thank you!
Your best friend should be concerned enough about his own legal consequences to be seeking these answers himself. If he'...