Top Indianapolis Drug Crime Lawyers - Indiana

Banks & Brower, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, is a family law and criminal defense law firm with proven experience as prosecutors. Now we are on the defense side serving clients in the Greater Indianapolis area, including Carmel, Fishers, Westfield, Greenwood and surrounding communities. We have almost 20 years of combined experience in criminal law matters, and we are dedicated to serving...

The office of G. Allen Lidy, Attorney-at-Law is a criminal law firm serving clients in Mooresville, Indiana, and surrounding areas. As a criminal lawyer with 10 years of experience fighting for my clients, I will defend your rights and protect your future and freedom. I also practice family law, and will fight just as passionately for you and your family in court. If you have been charged with any...

If you have been arrested and charged with a crime in Indianapolis, Indiana, you need an attorney who will vigorously defend your rights. The Abels Law Office offers legal representation for the following matters: battery, domestic violence, drug possession, theft, robbery and burglary, DUI, gun charges, drug dealing, forfeiture, violations of probation, traffic tickets, expungement and all other...

Experienced attorney James Edgar founded the Indianapolis law firm, J. Edgar Law Offices, P.C., in 2000 with the goal of providing high-quality criminal defense services to the residents of Central Indiana. Today, 15 years after our law firm's doors first opened, we have built a reputation as a firm dedicated to protecting its clients' rights. This dedication is why the people of Indianapolis know...

Attorney Julie Chambers established her Indianapolis-based law firm — Chambers Law Office, LLC — to provide quality, personalized legal advocacy for clients facing criminal charges, license suspensions or dealing with a traffic matter. When meeting with you, she will spend the time necessary to identify the issues you face and map out strategies toward resolving your problems....

Charged with a Drug Crime?

You've come to the right place.  Sometimes substance abuse treatments don't work, and these people find themselves facing drug crime charges.

If you suffer from addiction or substance abuse and have been arrested for a drug offense, an experience drug crimes attorney can help.

Use FindLaw to hire a local drug crimes attorney to help prevent a multi-year jail sentence.


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