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If you’re convicted of a crime in Johnson County, you could face incarceration, probation, fines, driver’s license suspension, and other penalties. Additionally, you will have a criminal record that can stick with you for the rest of your life, making re-entry into society difficult. A lot is on the line when facing criminal allegations. Hiring a defense attorney to defend against domestic violence, DUI, drug, OWI, theft, or any other charge is an important decision. The quality of your legal representation can significantly affect the outcome of your case. A skilled and experienced lawyer can review the facts of your situation, analyze the evidence, and build a defense to combat your charge and pursue a favorable outcome.
The Law Office of B.D. Williams is a law firm focused exclusively on defending individuals accused of crimes. This emphasis has allowed us to develop unique insights into criminal law, which we leverage to fight for our clients aggressively and strategically. Our Johnson County defense attorney has over 20 years of experience and has handled cases of varying complexity. We can deliver the sound counsel you need at every stage of your case, no matter the allegations against you.
Schedule a free consultation with us by calling (317) 458-9911 or submitting an online contact form today.
Legal Counsel for Misdemeanor and Felony Cases
When looking for legal representation, it is vital that you hire a lawyer who practices criminal defense and preferably has taken on matters similar to yours. Relying on the help of an inexperienced attorney can adversely affect your case.
Our criminal lawyer in Johnson County helps clients with an array of legal issues, including the following:
- Domestic violence
- Marijuana crimes
- Probation violations
- Reckless driving
- Sex crimes
- Weapons charges
Facing any criminal charge can be unsettling. But don’t lose hope. When you discuss your case with us, we can identify paths forward.
The Johnson County Seat
The county seat is where the local government operates. Johnson County’s seat is Franklin, IN. It is about 20 minutes south of Indianapolis.
When someone has been accused of a crime, they will be processed through the Johnson County court system.
Generally, the stages of a criminal case involve the following:
- Being arrested
- Filing criminal charges by the prosecutor
- Attending an initial hearing where charges are explained
- Appearing at a pre-trial conference
- Setting of the trial date by the court if the defendant pleads not guilty
- Resolving the case outside of the courtroom through a plea deal with the prosecutor
- Going to trial, where the prosecutor and defense present their arguments before a judge or jury
- Being sentenced if the defendant is found guilty
Depending on whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony, your case may be handled in the Johnson County circuit court or one of the Superior Courts.
The Johnson County courthouse is located at:
5 E Jefferson St.
Franklin, IN 46131
The Courts can be reached at the following phone numbers:
- Circuit Court: (317) 446-4400
- Superior Court 1: (317) 346-4413
- Superior Court 2: (317) 346-4420
- Superior Court 3: (317) 346-4432
- Superior Court 4: (317) 346-4349
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