Wahl v. State, No. 19A-CR-2258, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., May 12, 2020).

Video reenactment may be taken with consent and questions during such reenactment due not amount to custodial interrogation where the officer’s inquiry is merely general on-the-scene questioning as to facts surrounding a crime or other general questioning of citizens in the fact-finding process.

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Bell v. State, No. 19A-CR-2354, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Mar. 30, 2020).

While possession of a firearm, without more, cannot provide reasonable suspicion for an investigatory stop, evasive and aggressive behavior during a consensual encounter regarding an inquiry into possession of a firearm may provide reasonable suspicion to perform an investigatory stop and frisk.

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Davis v. State, No. 19A-CR-1925, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Feb. 21, 2020).

Sentences for multiple drug transactions, which resulted from a State-sponsored sting operation, must run concurrently.

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Smith v. State, No. 19A-CR-1515, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Jan. 30, 2020).

The subject matter of post-assault sexual history must be introduced by the State at trial for the exception to the rape shield law permitting admissibility to apply. Moreover, while a defendant has a constitutional right to present a defense, that defense must still comply with the Indiana Rules of Evidence.

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Tyson v. State, No. 19A-CR-1813, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Jan. 30, 2020).

Refusal to remove one’s hands from his/her pockets when instructed by a law enforcement officer, when the pockets clearly contain items, satisfies the “forcibly resist” element of resisting law enforcement.

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