Surety Bond vs. Cash Bond: What Are The Main Differences?

Published in Criminal Law by Chris Eskew on March 15, 2024.

Please note that our law firm practices law solely in the state of Indiana, and therefore cannot provide legal services outside of this jurisdiction. No one wants to sit in jail if they do not have to, especially when they have not been convicted of a crime. Fortunately, when law enforcement charges someone with a … continue reading

Fox59 Indianapolis: Delphi Murder Trial Moved to May 13, 2024

Published in Firm News by Kelli Maxwell on March 12, 2024.

Founding Attorney Chris Eskew shared his insights on Richard Allen’s defense team’s request for a speedy trial with Max Lewis of WXIN Fox59.  Special Judge Fran Gull has granted the defense team’s request, and the hearing is now scheduled for May 13, 2024.

International Women’s Day: Celebrating the Women of Eskew Law

Published in Firm News by Chris Eskew on March 7, 2024.

International Women’s Day is an annual day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women around the world. It is also a day for educating and raising awareness about women’s equality and calling for a positive change in advancing women. Today, we celebrate the women of Eskew Law.  Each of these talented women … continue reading

Criminal Defense Attorney Chris Eskew Recognized in 2024 Indiana Super Lawyer

Published in Firm News by Eskew Law Staff on March 5, 2024.

Indiana Super Lawyer recognizes attorneys each year for professional achievements. Founding Attorney Chris Eskew has again been listed as one of Indiana’s Super Lawyers for 2024 and has received this prestigious recognition. Chris Eskew is a talented criminal defense litigator and native Hoosier. He has devoted his professional focus to criminal law, dedicating 100% of his practice … continue reading

Murder Charges in Indiana: Types, Penalties, and Defense Strategies

Published in Criminal Law by Chris Eskew on February 19, 2024.

Murder is one of the most serious charges someone can face. It is a highly volatile, emotional situation for both the person accused and the deceased loved ones. Prosecutors and law enforcement forcefully fight for a conviction while you, your family, and your defense attorney fight for justice on your behalf. At Eskew Law, we … continue reading

NBA All-Star Weekend 2024 – If You Get Arrested

Published in Criminal Law by Chris Eskew on February 12, 2024.

For the first time in almost 40 years, the Indianapolis Pacers are hosting the 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend – a multi-day experience packed full of activities and entertainment. This year’s biggest weekend in professional basketball will bring more than 125,000 people to Indianapolis and fans are sure to celebrate. It is important to know that too much … continue reading

Sexual Assault Defense Strategies: Protecting Your Rights

Published in Criminal Law by Chris Eskew on February 9, 2024.

Being accused of a sex crime is not only worrisome from a criminal standpoint, but allegations of a sex crime alone can completely alter your life, rip apart your family, and destroy your reputation. These types of charges are associated with especially burdensome penalties, including prison time, living restrictions, extremely burdensome probation conditions, registry requirements, … continue reading

Should I Accept a Plea Bargain or Go to Trial?

Published in Criminal Law by Ben Jaffe on February 6, 2024.

Plea bargaining is a common practice in criminal law. With the increase in minimum sentences, discretion that is allowed from court judges, the overwhelming number of criminal cases assigned to the court system, and unpredictable case outcomes, a plea bargain can sometimes make sense. There are also times when moving forward with a trial is … continue reading

How to Prepare for Your Divorce Consultation

Published in Family Law by Yasmin Abdelhak Barker on February 5, 2024.

Scheduling an initial divorce consultation with a divorce attorney is the first step toward getting a divorce. It is important you know how to prepare for an initial consultation with a divorce attorney. Below are a few things you can do to get the most out of your consultation. Think Through the Most Critical Issues When … continue reading

Indiana Expungement Explained

Published in Criminal Law by Carey York on February 1, 2024.

If you have a criminal record, it can follow you throughout your entire life. It can impact future opportunities for jobs and housing, child custody matters, driving privileges, voting rights, and the right to own and carry a firearm, among others. There are options for expunging or sealing your criminal history, depending upon the type … continue reading

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