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Criminal Defense

Being arrested and accused of a crime is devastating. It can leave you feeling vulnerable and afraid. At times like this, you need strong, assertive legal representation: someone who cares about you and has the skills to help. Our criminal defense attorneys have helped hundreds upon hundreds of people put their lives back together after an arrest. You can rely on us to lead you through this difficult time.

We defend the accused with the full range of felony and misdemeanor crimes, including but not limited to:

  • Controlled substances: Possession, manufacture and sales of illegal and controlled substances, including marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, synthetic drugs, and prescription drugs.

  • OWI: Including driver’s license revocation, breathalyzer refusal, felony and misdemeanor OWI, habitual traffic violation, and vehicular homicide.

  • Theft: Including burglary and robbery.

  • Violent crimes: Including assault, battery and domestic battery, manslaughter, and murder.

  • Firearm crimes.

  • White collar crimes: Including mail fraud, wire fraud, investment fraud, and prescription fraud.

  • Expungement: Clearing criminal records to help clients move on with their lives.

  • Juvenile crimes.

  • Probation violations: Helping clients get a second chance to comply with probation requirements.

  • Invasion of Privacy: Challenging the imposition of orders for protection and defending clients against alleged violations.

  • Criminal sexual conduct: Defending against sexual assault, rape, child pornography, and lewd conduct charges.

Our criminal defense lawyers have an impressive record of success. We are excellent negotiators and skilled litigators who are respected by prosecutors throughout Indiana.

While every case is unique, our experience and history of success allow us to anticipate and prepare for the prosecution’s next step. And while no one can predict the exact outcome of a legal case, our experienced attorneys can help to level the playing field.


⇢  Timothy E. Stucky

⇢  Daniel L. Lauer

⇢  Lierin A. Rossman

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