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There are hundreds of different crimes in Indiana and, despite what some may think, you could end up charged with one of them at any time. Don’t panic, because the good news is we’ve handled nearly all of them. From misdemeanors – to murder. We believe everyone is entitled to a vigorous and aggressive defense. Below, you’ll find a list of the kinds of cases we deal with on a regular basis. If the crime you’re accused of is not listed here, don’t worry. We can still represent you, so don’t hesitate to call just because you don’t see it listed.
When you are charged with a crime, it can seem overwhelming, but we have handled hundreds of cases between us. We use that knowledge, experience and ability to create effective criminal defenses for you. This is because we believe everyone charged with a crime deserves a rigorous defense.
We are confident that our collective expertise concentrating in criminal law will put our clients in the best position to receive the best practical outcome available.
National Board of Trial Advocacy CertificationsOur Board Certifications
More than 15,000 lawyers practice in Indiana, but only 6 can claim the title of Board Certified* Criminal Law Specialist. Amazingly, 5 of those 6 certified specialists work closely together in the same law firm…our firm. Our team has been assembled by design, not happenstance.
Board Certification is an elite title reserved for those lawyers who have expertise and dedication in one area of law as well as extensive trial experience. We are proud of that title and what it represents. Our Board Certified* lawyers fight for our clients and work with all of our lawyers every day to help obtain the best possible outcome for our clients.
You wouldn’t want a general practice doctor who is not board certified to handle your heart condition, why would you want a general practice law firm with no Board Certified Criminal Trial Specialists to handle your criminal case?
*Andrew Baldwin, Mark Kamish, Kathie Perry, Maxwell Wiley, and Carrie Miles are certified Criminal Trial Specialists by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA), a nonprofit organization that certifies attorneys of various legal focuses. To earn an NTBA certification, an attorney must demonstrably show the highest levels of trial experience, competence and integrity.
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