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The Criminal Defense Team

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.

H. Christer Rundkvist

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I was riding a train in Sweden, Northern Europe. A fairly young guy looked around the coach and I sensed he was feeling uneasy. Suddenly, he stood up, walked up to me and sat down on an empty seat next to me. He sat there quietly for a while. He then almost whispered to me, “I relapsed on heroin this morning”. “How are you doing?” was all I could think of to respond. The train ride lasted for about an hour, and we talked about his fear of becoming stuck in addiction again after being clean for almost six months. I was young when this happened, and then and there I learned a very important lesson: no person is only one thing. This guy, Magnus, was not only an addict, but also – among many other things – a guitarist, just like me. So, after talking about his drug use, we spent most of our time together talking about music.

Does this story – which by the way is true – have anything to do with me being a lawyer? You bet! I noticed again and again that people, just like Magnus on the train, unusually often opened up to me, sharing with me the details of their life, both their joy and their pain. It was my wish to use this “superpower” to help others that led me to law school. Therefore, my interest has never been focused just on the law itself, but on how the law interacts with you and me.

While still living in Sweden, I spent a couple of years working at a District Court. From the bench, I learned from the great attorneys’ performances, and I probably learned at least as much from the not-so-great attorneys’ mistakes. As a trial attorney, it’s really helpful to have gained insight into the court’s perspective.

After moving to the U.S., I went back to college for a second round of law school. This time, my mind was set on criminal defense work. But I didn’t want to end up making endless plea deals. Nothing wrong with a good deal. It’s the not so good deals I don’t like. The Criminal Defense Team’s reputation as a team of attorneys not being afraid of taking cases to trial was essential for my wish to become a part of this team.

Criminal defense is of course about knowing the law. But every case starts with a story. Are you ready to tell me yours? As my client, you will have a people’s person fighting for you. I just happen to also be a criminal defense attorney!

Professional Credentials
  • University of Houston Law Center – Houston, Texas – J.D. 2016
    • Houston Journal of International Law
    • Moot Court Team
  • • Stockholm University – Stockholm, Sweden – Degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) 1995
  • Indiana State Bar Association
  • Indianapolis Bar Association
  • Johnson County Bar Association
  • Admitted to practice in
    • Indiana
    • United States District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
  • Local Office Attorney, Indiana Department of Child Services, North Vernon 2020–2021
  • Law Clerk, Office of the Attorney General of Texas, Austin, Texas 2016
  • Judicial Intern, United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas 2016
  • Lawyer, Government Offices of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden 2006–2013
  • Lawyer, Swedish National Social Insurance Board, Stockholm, Sweden 2002–2006
  • Lawyer, Association for Private Dental Care Providers, Stockholm, Sweden 1999–2002
  • Junior Judge, Svea Court of Appeal, Stockholm, Sweden 1998–1999
  • Law Clerk/Junior Judge, Sala District Court, Sala, Sweden 1996–1998
  • Taxicab driver, bus driver, guitar teacher, marine navigation teacher, sailing instructor, water ski judge, YMCA camp counselor, kiosk/grocery store/department store salesperson, handyman
  • Road trips
  • Working out
  • Downhill skiing
  • Binge watching TV series
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The Results

How We Get The Best Possible Results For Our Clients

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.

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3 Former Prosecutors
Having 3 former prosecutors on our team gives us a strategic advantage when fighting the people prosecuting you
120+ Years
of dedicated criminal law experience, serving the entire state of Indiana
400+ Jury Trials
Our team has taken 1000+ cases to trial, including 400+ jury trials

National Board of Trial Advocacy Certifications

Our 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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