Main Navigation Todd L. Sallee Attorney at Law
Call Now! 317-643-5507

February 2017 Archives

Drug charges lead to arrest of Indiana veterinarian

Accusations of drug-related crimes can lead to not only a negative reputation, but also to severe penalties for those convicted. Working with a skilled criminal defense attorney can help those facing drug charges fight back. One Indiana veterinarian is in this situation after allegedly selling drugs to pet owners rather than administering them to the pets that he treats.

Why hire an attorney when you are facing DUI or drug charges

Being charged with a crime can be a terrifying experience, whether it is your first time or your fifth. Fortunately, everyone has the right to be considered innocent until proven guilty under the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution. There are many factors that go into creating a strong defense. Without the help of an attorney, you may not even know where to start, so we have a few reasons you should hire an attorney when you are facing drug or DUI charges.

Abuse charges in Indiana require strong criminal defense

A 56-year-old Indiana nurse was recently charged with several criminal offenses related to the alleged abuse of a child. Reportedly, the mother of the child caught the incidents on tape, and the nurse purportedly admitted wrongdoing when shown the recordings. Even though reports state the woman admitted to a crime, she still has several criminal defense options she can pursue in response to these allegations.

Legal particulars matter when fighting traffic offenses

Many Indiana motorists have been ticketed for speeding or other supposed driving violations. In fact, some have wound up incurring substantial fines and penalties that may have included driver license suspension. Others, however, managed to successfully fight against the alleged traffic offenses of which they'd been accused.

DUI defense challenges increase after sentence enhancement filed

A situation has developed regarding a 48-year-old man who has been charged for intoxicated driving following a tragic fatal motor vehicle collision. The man was apparently convicted on similar charges in another state in 2005. Prosecutors in Indiana recently asked the criminal court judge presiding over the proceedings for enhanced sentencing if the man is convicted. That prospect makes his DUI defense all the more important.

Long time employment ends, ex worker confronts criminal defense

A woman who worked in an Indiana county clerk's office since 1997 is no longer employed there. She was reportedly fired from her position after being accused of theft.  As her criminal defense case unfolded, she is said to have apologized to her employer for letting her down.

We’re Here to Help

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Todd L. Sallee, Attorney at Law

155 East Market Street, Suite 575
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: 317-643-5507
Fax: 317-630-4824
Indianapolis Law Office Map