Case Results

Our strength lies in understanding our clients, tailoring their defense & telling their story. We invest time to know them, master their case, and passionately pursue the best outcome.

Case Results Felony Drug Charge Case Dismissed

Motion to Supress Granted. Partner Max Wiley convinced a Hamilton County Judge to suppress all evidence in a felony drug case based on an unconstitutional detention of our client. As a result the State was forced to dismiss all charges.

Case Results Sexual Battery Charges Not Guilty

Partners Kathie Perry and Andy Baldwin were able to obtain a not guilty verdict on Sexual Battery Charges at jury trial. Andy and Kathie were able to convince a jury that our client was innocent and that the multiple accusers against him had reason to lie.

Case Results Major Felony Drug Charges Not Guilty

Partners Max Wiley and Kathie Perry were able to obtain not-guilty verdicts on major felony drug charges in a jury trial in Rensselaer, Indiana. Their passionate argument was able to persuade the jury that our client was a drug user and not a drug dealer and as a result, our client was sentenced to time-served on misdemeanor possession charges, instead of facing 30 years.

Case Results Murder Charges Not Guilty

Partners Kathie Perry and Max Wiley were able to convince a Marion County jury that our client was not guilty of murder and instead guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter. In a high-profile case in which closing arguments were live-streamed on local news media, Kathie and Max obtained the verdict they asked the jury for, saving our client from facing 45-65 years on the murder charge.

Case Results Criminal Mischief Charges Not Guilty

Associate Attorneys Amanda Price and JD Bembry obtained a not-guilty verdict for our client facing misdemeanor criminal mischief charges. The client had been offered a time-served plea because he maintained his innocence and Amanda and JD fought to get the jury to see that our client was not guilty.

Case Results Drunk Driving Case Dismissed

Partner Kelly Pyle and Associate Attorney Amanda Price were able to obtain a plea to Reckless Driving that dismissed the Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated charges shortly before trial.

Case Results Rape Trial Not Guilty

Partners Andy Baldwin and Partner Kelly Pyle were able to convince a Huntington County Jury that our client was not-guilty despite incredibly difficult evidence, including what seemed to be incriminating DNA.  Through dogged determination Andy and Kelly were able to cast doubt both on the DNA evidence and the accusers testimony and our client walked out of court a free man.

Case Results Major Felony Domestic Violence Not Guilty

Partner Max Wiley and Associate Attorney Amanda Price were able to obtain a not guilty verdict on major felony domestic violence charges despite some colorful comments our client made to the police. They were able to convince the jury that our client acted in self-defense.

Case Results Child Molesting Not Guilty

Partners Kelly Pyle and Max Wiley were able to secure a not guilty verdict in a child molesting trial in Madison County. The accusations arose out of a nasty custody dispute and after a three-day jury trial, Max and Kelly conviced the jury that there was reason to doubt them. Our client who was facing 50 years walked out of the court as a free man.

Case Results F4 Dealing Charge Reduced

Charge reduced to an A Misdemeanor. At a recent hearing, Associate attorney Jeremy Fisk was able to negotiate a deal with the prosecution to drop felony charges of F4 dealing, F5 trafficking, and F6 Forgery by agreeing to a plea of MA: Possession of a Controlled Substance. She was facing up to 12 years in prison for an F4 compared to getting 1 year of probation for the A misdemeanor.

Case Results Sexual Battery Charges Reduced

Jury Trial Victory –¬†Despite very difficult facts and a recording of our client apologizing to the alleged victim, partners Kathie Perry and Max Wiley were able to convince a Hamilton County Jury that our client was not guilty of Sexual Battery, a level 6 felony, and was instead guilty of B misdemeanor battery. In addition to avoiding a felony conviction and possible jail time, the result also saved our client from having to register as a sex offender.

Case Results Appeal Appellate Win & Case Dismissed

Victory on Appeal – Associate Attorney Micheal Cunningham was able to convince the Indiana Court of Appeals that a Fayette County Local Rule about setting jury trials was invalid. As a result, the case was sent back to the trial court with the prosecutors only having 7 days left to bring the Defendant to trial. Since there was no way they were going to be able to do that, the prosecutor had to dismiss the case entirely!