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What's That Smell?
Can law enforcement legally search your car for marijuana based on the smell alone? Read our blog to find out.
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Miran-DUH! - Don't Talk to the Cops
If you've been accused of a crime, law enforcement may say things like "we want to help you" or "this is your chance to save yourself," but their motivation is not to aid you nor will they testify in your favor willingly. This is why it is imperative that you have an attorney present when you are being questioned and also that you exercise that right to remain silent.
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DUI: The First Ten Days
The effect of a DUI can be anywhere from little more than a momentary set back to completely devastating for years to come based on the choices you make. Read our latest blog to uncover the steps you can take within the first 10 days of your DUI arrest.
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Criminal Defense Attorney Andy Ingram Nominated for AIOCLA’s 2017 10 Best Attorney in Client Satisfaction Award
Gainesville and Ocala criminal defense attorney Andy Ingram has been nominated for AIOCLA’s 2017 10 Best Attorney award--click here to learn more:
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Attorney Andy Ingram Selected to the 2017 Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorneys
Criminal defense attorney Andy Ingram has been selected to the 2017 Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorneys List, click here to learn why!
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Attorney Andy Ingram Included in Super Lawyers Rising Stars List
This distinct honor recognizes Attorney Ingram of his hard work and dedication to clients and his practice. Read more: http://bit.ly/1UEuLU2
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Attorney Ingram Receives 2016 Avvo Client's Choice Award
Attorney Andy Ingram of Dunham & Ingram LLC is a recent recipient of the Avvo 2016 Client’s Choice Award. This distinct honor is given to legal professionals who receive more than five 4 or 5 star reviews on Avvo. Read more in our latest blog:
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Despite Drug Agent's Assertion of Confession, Not Guilty Verdict on First Degree Felony

Law enforcement obtained a search warrant for our client's property, executed the warrant with our client present, and found large amounts of methamphetamine and methamphetamine manufacturing equipment. At that time, our client confessed to making methamphetamine at his house while his children were present.

Our client was charged with possession of a place used to manufacture methamphetamine with minors present and the manufacturing of methamphetamine. The first charge is a first degree felony, carrying heightened sentence exposure due to the subjecting of children to harm. These charges carry a maximum sentence of 45 years. At trial, Attorney Andy Ingram challenged voluminous evidence presented by the State including our client's confession, eye witness testimony by law enforcement, and actual methamphetamine recovered from our client's house. Despite the mounds of evidence against our client, Attorney Ingram secured a not guilty verdict on both counts. Our client went home to his family a free man.
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Your criminal record can stick with you, affecting your ability to get a loan or a job. Learn how our attorneys can help you expunge your record:
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State Substantially Reduces Plea Offer to Avoid Hearing with Attorney Ingram on Motion to Suppress

Our client was arrested after handing marijuana and paraphernalia directly to a law enforcement officer and then confessing that those items belonged to him.  Following a very unfavorable initial offer by the State, attorney Andy Ingram filed a Motion to Suppress arguing that the evidence and confession were inadmissible because law enforcement violated our client's constitutional right against warrantless searches and seizures by climbing aboard our client's boat that served as his residence.  With the hearing on our Motion to Suppress fast approaching and the threat of having its evidence excluded, the State made our client a substantially reduced offer involving probation and a license suspension for a year.
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