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Can You See Your Police Report In A Drunk Driving Case?

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Operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) is normally a Class C misdemeanor in Indiana. But the charge can be bumped up to a Class A misdemeanor if the prosecution can show that the intoxicated driver acted “in a manner that endangered” another person. The difference between a Class A and Class C conviction is that the former carries a potential jail sentence of up to 1 year while the latter is punishable by no more than 60 days in jail.

The Indiana Trial rules do require the disclosure of witnesses and evidence intended to be admitted at trial.  This is required of both parties.  How and when these items are disclosed, and if the

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