Criminal Defense

Indiana Criminal Defense Law Firm

It is extremely important to have a qualified, experienced criminal defense attorney by your side representing you at all stages at Court. A defense attorney fitting this description is one that at a minimum must be willing to and have past experience defending individuals at a jury trial or even an appeal if necessary.

What does a Defense Lawyer do for me?

A criminal conviction will have terrible consequences to a person’s life, including, but not limited to, the possibility of being sentenced to prison, county jail, probation, fines, loss of driving privileges and other restraints to a person’s liberties.

Some convictions may result in the loss of your right to possess or own firearms; vote; hold public office; obtain employment in certain areas and professions; prohibit you from obtaining clearance for employment; or, even serve as a juror in a trial.

Choose Walter Hagedorn Law

Mr. Hagedorn has been representing individuals accused of crimes, which range from low level misdemeanors to high level felonies. The crimes, include, but are not limited to, operating while intoxicated, operating a vehicle while intoxicated resulting in death, battery, domestic battery, strangulation, possession of marijuana, methamphetamines and other drugs, burglary, arson, habitual traffic violators, homicide and many other charges not listed since 2003. He has extensive courtroom and jury trial experience.

Mr. Hagedorn aggressively represents and advocates for his clients to obtain the best results and outcome in each case while providing a quality defense.

  • Misdemeanor and Felony Case

  • Operating While Intoxicated

  • Drug Cases

  • Post-Conviction Relief

  • Homicide

  • Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Resulting In Death

  • Battery and Domestic Battery

  • Habitual Traffic Violators

  • Arson

  • Burgulary

  • General Criminal Defense