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Allen County claims nearly $26,000 for Bisard trial costs

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Allen County filed a claim Wednesday for compensation related to costs incurred by the trial. More>>

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David Bisard gets suspended sentence on second DUI charge

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Former Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Bisard will not serve any additional jail time after pleading guilty to an April 2013 DUI. More>>

Bisard appeals drunk driving conviction in 2010 crash

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Eyewitness News has learned Officer David Bisard is appealing his conviction in the death of a motorcyclist. More>>

David Bisard agrees to guilty plea in 2013 DUI

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Former Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Bisard has agreed to plead guilty to one count of drunk driving as a result of a crash that occurred in April 2013. More>>

Trial date set for Bisard DUI; plea deal also offered

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A trial date has been set for former Indianapolis Metro Police Office David Bisard on a DUI charge, but prosecutors say a plea deal offer is also on the table. More>>

Bisard's attorneys reportedly close to plea deal in second DUI

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Court documents filed Monday show former Indianapolis police officer David Bisard is reportedly close to a possible plea deal in his second drunk driving trial. More>>

Bisard ordeal brings change to IMPD

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As a result of the August 2010 tragedy, IMPD is making changes intended to help more police officers get the help they need and don't become victims of bigger problems. More>>

Bisard denies being drunk at time of 2010 crash

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In a letter to Judge John Surbeck and the victims of an August 2010 crash, former IMPD Officer David Bisard apologizes, but denies being drunk at the time of the crash. More>>

Prosecutor hopes Bisard conviction restores trust in system

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Now that the verdict is in on suspended Indianapolis Metro Police Officer David Bisard, prosecutors are planning for what comes next in a criminal and legal ordeal that's lasted more than three years. More>>

Metro Police push for change after Bisard case

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IMPD Chief Rick Hite says he wants changes in how quickly officers accused of serious wrongdoing are disciplined. More>>

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