Practice Areas


Criminal Defense

Facing a criminal charge is serious and you need an attorney who will aggressively defend you in court. Whether you’re facing a relatively minor misdemeanor charge or a felony charge in Indiana, we are here to help. With a former deputy district attorney and assistant prosecutor working on your behalf, we will put our extensive […]

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Domestic Violence

Domestic violence charges can result in jail time, job loss, and loss of your rights to be a parent to your children. Combine these penalties with the damage to your reputation, the potential loss of your rights to own or possess a firearm, and the stress of defending yourself and it’s clear to see why […]

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Sex Crimes

If you’re facing a sexual assault charge of any time, you are facing a lifetime of being registered as a sex offender if convicted. This designation will limit your job opportunities, make you ineligible for certain benefits, and limit your housing options. These charges are serious, and we’ll make sure we learn the finer points […]

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Drug Crimes

Possession of marijuana, distribution of controlled substances, and drug trafficking: These are some of the charges we can help defend against. You may not be aware of it but, even a minor drug conviction can have life-altering consequences. Drug charges risk your freedom, but a conviction can mean your job prospects are limited, you could lose custody […]

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DUI

When you’re pulled over and facing a police officer who believes you’ve been drinking or are under the influence of drugs, you probably are wondering what options you have. There are no good options at the time of a stop. Under Indiana law, which includes implied consent, if you do not agree to submit to […]

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Probation Violation

Probation violation charges cannot be taken lightly. If you are found guilty of violating your probation, you will be facing the maximum sentence for the crime for which you were placed on probation initially. Probation is a court-ordered requirement when you’ve been found guilty of a misdemeanor crime, although in some cases, you may have […]

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