Indianapolis Criminal Defense Lawyer
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About Bryan Cook
Indianapolis Criminal Defense Attorney
Indianapolis criminal defense attorney and trial Lawyer Bryan Cook of Indianapolis, Indiana, provides aggressive representation for individuals that have been charged with felonies or misdemeanors at the state and federal level. Through his solo practice in Indianapolis, Indiana, Bryan Cook counsels clients on a wide range of criminal matters, such as battery, theft, murder, gun and weapons charges, sexual misconduct and drug charges. He also serves as a lawyer involving white collar criminal trials as well as personal injury cases, including motor vehicle accidents, workplace incidents and wrongful death cases.
Attorney Bryan Cook is a graduate of the McKinney School of Law from Indiana University and he is licensed to practice in the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana as well as the state courts in all 92 Indiana counties. He has represented clients in hundreds of legal proceedings. He has served as a pro tempore judge in the Criminal Division of the Marion County Superior Court, and provides pro bono legal services to worthy causes. ...Read More
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Criminal Defense Attorney Services
Indianapolis criminal defense attorney, Bryan Cook, has the knowledge and experience to handle your case and help you navigate the complexity of the Indianapolis criminal justice system. Don’t put your future at risk by trying to represent yourself in court.
Select from the services list below to find out more on how Bryan Cook can help you.
- Drunk Driving
- Alcohol Related Charges
- Battery Crimes
- Drug Charges
- White Collar Crime
- Personal Injury
- Weapon Charges
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