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Banks & Brower LLC

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Bloomington, IN

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317-325-8224

Do You Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Indiana? Contact Former Prosecutors Today!

Banks & Brower, LLC is one of Indiana's premier law firms in all areas of criminal law, including expungements and sealing of criminal convictions. Adam Brower and Brad Banks both were former prosecutors handling cases from simple misdemeanors, to DUI's, to complex felonies, to sex crimes, to drug crimes, and to murder. When you or a loved are facing a serious …

Gilley, Dandurand & Summerfield Law Group LLP

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Bloomington, IN

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765-204-3966

Full Service Criminal Defense Firm Ready to Fight for Your Rights. Aggressive, Trusted, and Experienced Representation. Click or Call Today for Help.

Law Offices Of Paul D. Baugh, PC

Solicitation Lawyer | Bloomington, IN

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812-228-8129

Charged or need an expungement in Bloomington? Your choice of attorney can make a big difference. Call Experience. Call Baugh!

Todd L. Sallee, Attorney at Law

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Bloomington, IN

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866-271-7976

If You Have Been or Are About To Be Charged with a Serious Crime, Contact Us Immediately! Don't Let Criminal Charges Ruin Your Life

Schulz Law Office

Solicitation Lawyer | Bloomington, IN

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Retain a Criminal Defense Lawyer if You Have been Accused of a Crime or Driving Intoxicated

Roy Graham Law

Solicitation Lawyer | Bloomington, IN

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Your criminal defense needs are important. Click here or call today for help with Expungement, DUI, Drug Crimes, Sex Offenses.

Attorney Roy Graham is a solo practitioner, which means he is not hard to get in touch with as he answers his own calls. Working by himself provides him with complete independence to represent his clients. He started practicing law in Monroe County, Bloomington, Indiana, in the fall of 1991.  His approach is very simple and is based on two principles: "How can I …

Patel Defense

Solicitation Lawyer | Serving Bloomington, IN

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A Former Deputy Prosecutor, Now on Your Side! Contact Our Criminal Defense Attorney if You have been Charged!

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Common legal terms explained

Pro se - This Latin term refers to representing yourself in court instead of hiring professional legal counsel. Pro se representation can occur in either criminal or civil cases.

Statute - Refers to a law created by a legislative body. For example, the laws enacted by Congress are statutes.

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