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toots shor
02-14-2007, 10:48
in response to: http://www.glocktalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=656499

i was thinking i should probably have the name/number of a good defense attorney, as it is the responsible thing to do, in case something, god forbid, ever happend. i guess i never really thought of it as part of the responsibility aspect of having/carrying a gun. but after some thought, everyone has to CYA. in short, are there any good names of lawyers in the indianapolis/north side area you guys know are great at what they do?

KSFreeman
02-14-2007, 11:36
James Voyles, One Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis (317) 632-4463

Robert Alden, 110 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, (317) 634-9800

Nicholas "Nick" Deets, 10585 North Meridian Street, Suite 205, Indianapolis, (317) 818-3100

http://www.hovdelaw.com/Bio/NicholasDeets.asp

rkba_net
02-14-2007, 12:30
Lots of good experience here and they are familar with self-defense issues...

http://www.rucklaw.com

rhino465
02-14-2007, 14:13
You can also get referrals through NRA (some of whom may be listed above).

MakeMineaP99
02-14-2007, 15:19
Originally posted by KSFreeman
James Voyles, One Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis (317) 632-4463

Robert Alden, 110 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, (317) 634-9800

Nicholas "Nick" Deets, 10585 North Meridian Street, Suite 205, Indianapolis, (317) 818-3100

http://www.hovdelaw.com/Bio/NicholasDeets.asp

Kirk,

Any names for South Bend/Northern Indiana area?

Harlequin
02-14-2007, 15:35
Why not Kirk Freeman? Is that guy any good? :tongueout:

MakeMineaP99
02-14-2007, 17:03
:goodpost: :laughabove:

R. Emmelman
02-15-2007, 05:16
Originally posted by Harlequin
Why not Kirk Freeman? Is that guy any good? :tongueout:
I heard he was a real gun nut. Can you trust a lawyer who is a gun nut?

KSFreeman
02-15-2007, 14:25
Darn gun nuts.:banana:

Snowman92D
02-17-2007, 10:30
Does Bryan Ciyou handle cases like this...? You'd think he'd be good at it.

agentl074
02-22-2007, 18:02
From what I understand, full time and reserve police officers are covered from liabilty as long as the weapon was used in state qualifications.

txgho1911
02-27-2007, 18:06
Found a situation I plan to keep more than arms leanth from.
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