Indianapolis Violent Crime Lawyer

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Violent crimes carry some of the most serious penalties, and even a relatively minor accusation can lead to life-changing consequences. If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony for a crime of violence, then you need an experienced and reliable criminal defense attorney on your side.

At Eskew Law, Indianapolis violent crime lawyer Chris Eskew will put proven strategies and years of trial experience behind your case.

Outstanding service! I couldn't be happier with the results.

– Ralph

Defense for Violent Crimes

Whether you were involved in a physical altercation at a bar, a domestic dispute or if you are accused of theft or homicide, the stakes are high. If you are sentenced for a violent crime and found in possession of a weapon, the potential consequences of your conviction are significantly increased.

Prosecutors aggressively pursue violent crimes cases and you want a highly-skilled Indianapolis criminal defense lawyer to defend your rights. Our office has handled cases involving a wide range of violent crime charges, including:

  • Domestic Battery
  • Battery
  • Criminal Confinement
  • Strangulation
  • Criminal Recklessness
  • Robbery
  • Murder
  • Attempted Murder
  • Carjacking

An Indianapolis Violent Crimes Attorney Who Will Fight for You

Eskew Law, works with clients throughout Central Indiana. To discuss your case and learn what options are available to you, schedule a consultation with a violent crimes lawyer in Indianapolis, IN. Call our office at (317) 974-0177 or contact us online.

We offer flexible scheduling and payment options to meet your needs.

Next Steps

1. Consultation Meet with the attorney to discuss your legal issue. This initial meeting helps you understand their expertise and decide if they're the right fit.
2. Agreement Review and sign a retainer agreement. This contract outlines the services, fees, and other essential terms.
3. Documents Gather and provide all relevant documents related to your case. This step helps your attorney build your case efficiently.
4. Communication Set expectations for how and when you'll communicate with your attorney. Clear communication ensures that you stay informed throughout the process.

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