Traffic Violation Lawyer | Indianapolis, IN
Former Deputy Prosecutor and Former Deputy Public Defender
Vigorously Defending Their Clients Rights
Brooke Russell has been involved in criminal law for their entire legal career. Before entering private practice, Brooke worked as a deputy prosecutor with the Marion County Prosecutor's Office. Now, she is taking their knowledge and skills and applying them to rigorously defend their clients in all areas of criminal law. Her experience has helped her …
Traffic Violation Lawyer | Serving Indianapolis, IN
We Will Aggressively Defend Your Rights! Call Us at Your First Opportunity. We Are Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyers
We practice low volume, high effort defense of criminal cases. This means that we limit our practice to make sure that each case gets the attention it deserves. While we have several cases, we always recognize that our client’s case is the client's ONLY case . Our goal in every case is to achieve a dismissal prior to trial, an acquittal at trials if that can be …
Traffic violations range from parking tickets to speeding and reckless driving. Failing to pay a traffic ticket can result in additional fines, potential arrest and other expenses such as bail. Those who have many violations risk increased fines and driver license suspension.
To contest any traffic violation you may appear in court on your own behalf, but it is always a good idea to obtain the advice of an Indianapolis lawyer who handles traffic tickets, especially for significant offenses. A lawyer can review your traffic violation case and tell you what options you have. He or she also can advise you of your legal rights, form a defense, and represent you in court.
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