If You Have Been Accused of a Crime,
Protect Your Future With An Effective Defense
If you are convicted of a crime in Indiana, it does not matter if you plead gulty or a jury finds you guilty, you could be subject to penalties, fines, imprisonment, probation and community service. Your record will be tarnished and defending your criminal case in the strongest possible way is critical to your future and freedom.
The outcome of any criminal case depends upon the facts surrounding the crime charged. What is the strength of the evidence? Also in question are the legal validity of law enforcement and courtroom procedure, and the goals and strategy of the government and defense. As a skilled Indianapolis Criminal Defense Attorney, I will navigate you through this complicated legal process.
Call me immediately if you have been arrested or are under investigation for any criminal matter, including the following offenses:
I pride myself on representing the interests and rights of those who are criminally accused. I strongly advocate against the state prosecution in all cases where my clients' rights have been abridged by overzealous law enforcement and prosecutorial misconduct.
As a former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, I understand the system and what it takes for the State of Indiana to prove cases against all of my wrongfully accused clients. My experience in traffic court as a defense lawyer and pro tem judge has proven valuable to my clients in terms of driver’s license issues and drunk driving cases. I travel the State of Indiana representing those accused of crimes in all jurisdictions.
Verdicts and Settlements:
- DUI Case – Firefighter was arrested for DUI; we tried his case twice, and the jury held out on both cases in excess of 4 hours before convicting him of only one count of operating with a BAC above .08% but acquitting him of being intoxicated.
- Possession of Cocaine Case – Class D felony; my client had drugs on his person, but the officer fabricated items in his police report which led the jury to acquit my client of all charges.
- Dealing Cocaine Case – Client had 16 individually wrapped bundles of cocaine on his person, and was charged with dealing cocaine for having possession with intent to sell or deliver the cocaine. Jury acquitted him of the dealing charge which carried 20-50 years in prison.
If you or someone you know in Indiana needs the assistance of an experienced Indianapolis Criminal Defense Attorney, call Todd L. Sallee today at 317-220-6007 or 866-271-7976, or complete the contact form provided on this site to schedule your free consultation.
Todd L. Sallee
Hanover College, 2000
- B.A., Communication and Classics
- Indianapolis Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section
- Moot Court Judge for Indiana University Law School
- Judge Pro Tem, Marion Superior Court Traffic Division
- American Bar Association
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers