When a married couple who owns an Indiana business decides to get divorced, they could be in quite a bind. They might decide that they do not want to dissolve the business partnership along with the marital partnership. Deciding to keep running a business after a divorce is an unusual choice, but it is one of the options available. More commonly, one spouse will keep the company or the couple will agree to sell it.
If an Indiana driver is caught drunk while behind the wheel, chances are they'll get arrested. The accused will then have to enter a plea of either guilty or not guilty. Pleading guilty is an admission that the charges are right, leading the accused directly to sentencing. Should the defendant wish to plead not guilty, they will have to attend a preliminary hearing before their case goes to trial.
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