Criminal Defense Attorney
When charged with a crime, the most important action you can take is hiring a defense attorney in Indianapolis. Matt and Adam are experienced litigators and former deputies for the Indiana Attorney General’s Office, and will fight vigorously to protect your rights. At Black Clay LLC, our attorneys pride themselves on efficient, effective advocacy at affordable rates.
When to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney
- If you’ve been arrested or charged with a DUI;
- If you have been or are currently being investigated for a crime;
- If you’ve been arrested or charged with a felony, misdemeanor or traffic violation;
- If you need an expungement to remove previous arrests or convictions from your record;
- If your driver’s license is currently suspended; or
- If you or a loved one are currently incarcerated within the Department of Correction.
Contact Black Clay LLC to set up your free legal consultation and find out how we may be able to help you. Our office is located just south of Carmel and the Meridian Street exit of I-465 on the north side of Indianapolis. Set up a free in-office consultation by calling (317) 580-9007 or contact us by e-mail.
Suspended Driver’s License?
The motor vehicle laws of Indiana provide a wide array of penalties that may affect your driver’s license. If your license is suspended for any reason, the mere act of driving can lead to serious consequences. Indiana policies give drivers a number of options to get their license back. The reinstatement process doesn’t have to be complicated, but it is often best to trust a skilled attorney to build and present the correct case and to fight on your behalf.
Black Clay LLC offers comprehensive legal services to help you clean up your driving record and get you back on the road. In addition to offering criminal defense services, we will review your driving record and determine the best legal remedy available for your specific needs.
Under certain circumstances, Indiana drivers with a suspended license may obtain a restricted driver’s license. A restricted driver’s license, or a hardship license, permits a person to drive but only during pre-determined restrictions imposed by the court (e.g. commuting to and from work or school, or church).
Eligibility for a restricted license depends upon the original reason for suspension. A strong and compelling case often must be presented to the court, demonstrating sound reasons why a hardship license is needed. NEVER drive with a suspended license. Speak with the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Black Clay today to get back on the road legally and as soon as possible.
Do You Have a Past Arrest, Charge or Conviction to Expunge?
Many people and organizations, including future employers, may access your criminal history to see if you’ve been arrested, charged, or convicted of a crime. In fact, most employers require you to reveal your criminal history on the job application itself. However, a past arrest or conviction does not need to ruin your future.
Under Indiana’s new expungement law, many people with past convictions or arrests are now eligible for relief, including limitations on who may access your information, and the right not to disclose past arrests or convictions that have been expunged. There are a variety of requirements to be eligible for expungement relief – we encourage you to set up a free consultation with an expungement lawyer by visiting our contact page or calling (317) 580-9007.
In addition to criminal defense situations, call the professionals at Black Clay LLC when you need a local divorce attorney, injury lawyer, estate attorney and business lawyer. We provide trustworthy legal services in Carmel, Westfield, Noblesville, and Indianapolis. Contact us today to learn more and schedule a consultation.