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At The Criminal Defense Team, our commitment to providing aggressive advocacy and compassionate counsel has not only earned us the trust of our clients but has also garnered attention from various media outlets. With three Board-Certified* Criminal Trial Specialists, we have over 90 years of combined experience in representing clients accused of various crimes in Indiana. Our dedication to criminal defense is unparalleled, and our results speak for themselves.

Our attorneys, including Andrew J. Baldwin, Kathie A. Perry, and Maxwell B. Wiley, are recognized as Board Certified Criminal Trial Advocates by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. This elite title is a testament to their expertise, dedication, and extensive trial experience. In fact, out of the more than 15,000 lawyers practicing in Indiana, only 6 can claim the title of Board-Certified* Criminal Trial Specialist, and three of them are part of our esteemed team.

As you navigate our "In the News" page, you'll discover how our attorneys have been featured in the media, sharing their insights, expertise, and shedding light on various legal matters. Whether it's a television interview, a podcast episode, or an article, our team's presence in the media underscores our commitment to being at the forefront of criminal defense in Indiana.

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In The News

  • Lesser Charge in Castleton Tragedy

    Lesser Charge in Castleton Tragedy

    The Indianapolis community has been closely following the trial of Gaylyn Morris, who was recently found guilty of voluntary manslaughter after an event outside Tilly's Pub and Grill in Castleton. A significant point of contention during the trial was the defense's plea: they urged the jury to consider Morris guilty of an offense less severe than murder, citing her actions as a result of sudden heat after enduring years of mistreatment by Smith. The jury's verdict came after intense deliberations, and sentencing is now scheduled for September 21. Keep an eye on our website for continued coverage of this case and other local news stories.

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  • Closing Arguments in Gaylyn Morris Case

    Closing Arguments in Gaylyn Morris Case

    Closing arguments have commenced in the case of Gaylyn Morris. She faces murder charges after allegedly running over her boyfriend with a car.

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