2012 Indiana Code
TITLE 33. COURTS AND COURT OFFICERS
ARTICLE 43. PRACTICE OF LAW
CHAPTER 2. PROHIBITION ON PRACTICING LAW BY NONATTORNEYS

IC 33-43-2
Chapter 2. Prohibition on Practicing Law by Nonattorneys

IC 33-43-2-1
Engaging in practice by person not admitted
Sec. 1. A person who:
(1) professes to be a practicing attorney;
(2) conducts the trial of a case in a court in Indiana; or
(3) engages in the business of a practicing lawyer;
without first having been admitted as an attorney by the supreme court commits a Class B misdemeanor.
As added by P.L.98-2004, SEC.22.

IC 33-43-2-2
Burden of proof
Sec. 2. In a prosecution under this chapter, the state is not required to prove that the defendant has not been admitted as an attorney. The burden of proving admission is on the defendant.
As added by P.L.98-2004, SEC.22.

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