Seasoned & Diligent Legal Representation Throughout Indianapolis & Tippecanoe & Madison Counties
At The Law Office of B.D. Williams, we defend a wide variety of criminal offenses, including OWIs, drug crimes, white collar crimes, domestic violence, federal crimes, juvenile crimes, and more as well as the very important Indiana Second Chance Law expungements. When charged with any crime, you may be facing serious consequences that can deeply impact your life, from jail or prison time to heavy fines and more. Additionally, a conviction can result in a permanent criminal record that can damage future life opportunities. Our mission is to provide you with a thorough, well-prepared, and tenacious legal defense aimed at helping you achieve the best possible outcome.
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- More Than 20 Years Of Legal Experience
- Aggressive Defense of Our Client's Rights
Get to Know Attorney Brian D. Williams
Brian D. Williams is the managing attorney for the Law Office of B.D. Williams, Esq. Brian was born in the housing projects of Fort Wayne, Indiana, to a single, teenage mother. Brian was exposed to domestic violence at a young age, encountering law enforcement at the age of three when his mother was battered by his father. Brian’s mother escaped the abuse, continued forward with her education and became the biggest single inspirational source in Brian’s life, teaching him the value of hard work and dedication. Brian saw his mother’s struggles and learned. She taught her son to never stop fighting and to never quit.
Later, Brian too became a teenage father. Brian, now a teenage father, worked through high school, played two sports and maintained academic excellence. Brian then went to Ball State University, where he initially walked on to the football team but quickly earned a scholarship, playing all four years and being a contributing member on two championship, bowl teams. While at Ball State Brian was first pre-med, but shifted his studies to the psychological sciences. After Ball State, Brian attended graduate school before encountering the police on a side street where he was beaten with clubs and pepper sprayed. At that time, Brian knew that he needed to go to law school to make a difference. Brian applied to and was admitted to the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL where he honed his trial advocacy skills through the guidance and direction of top Chicago prosecutors.
Brian graduated from the John Marshall Law School after only 2.5 years (Class Rank: No. 1), with honors, and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 2002. Thereafter, Brian practiced civil litigation at a well-respected Chicago firm before entering private practice. As a private practitioner, Brian worked with top litigation firms on behalf of corporate clients. Brian also worked with Frederick F. Cohn one of Chicago’s most well-known criminal defense attorneys. As a Chicago-area criminal defense attorney, Brian personally handled numerous criminal cases including felony drug and weapon cases as well as misdemeanor traffic, drug, and weapon cases. Afterward, Brian returned to Indianapolis, took and passed the Indiana Bar examination, and was admitted to the Indiana Bar.
Brian continues to practice in Indiana with the same tenacity, drive and determination that he saw in his mother, and later incorporated into his adult life. Brian practices primarily criminal defense, where he fights for his clients. Brian prides himself on never being a prosecutor. Brian has also maintained his commitment to those that find themselves battling for their lives, and their freedom.
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Couldn't ask for more!
“This guy is amazing and super friendly really takes the time to get to know you an is very thorough in explaining all the details.”Will J.
He genuinely cares
“He represents Justice and will do everything in his power to address the task at hand! He genuinely cares about your wellbeing and is there for you regardless the situation!”Austin M.
Words can’t even express the gratitude.
“He took the time to get to know my son and build a bond with him and myself and because of him and his dedication my son is now in work release and on his way home.”Tiffany E.