Top Indianapolis Sex Crime Lawyers - Indiana

At Kammen & Moudy, providing superior service in criminal defense cases is what our lawyers always strive for. We believe in representing the best interests of our clients and we take the right steps to ensure the protection of their constitutional rights, whether we're handling: Drug offenses White collar crimes Sex offenses Violent crimes Drunk driving offenses We understand your fears and...

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...

You're more than likely visiting this page because you, a family member, or friend has been charged with a criminal offense.  There's a lot of worry, stress, and ultimately the fear of freedom being lost lingering down the spine of the one charged as well as his or her family and friends. Fortunately, you've landed on the page of Indianapolis Criminal Defense Attorney, Monish Patel. Mr. Patel...

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...

Charged with a Sex Crime?

You've come to the right place.  If you're facing sex crime charges or other charges that would force you to register as a sex offender and have questions about the sex offender registry -- you should speak with a sex crimes lawyer today.

A charged sexual offender faces unique problems, and a qualified sex crimes lawyer can help.

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