Chadwick Hill, Attorney At Law


Chadwick Hill, Indianapolis Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney

Law You Can Understand

I know that legal action can sometimes be overwhelming. I am dedicated to providing you help in language that you can understand. I will make sure that you are fully informed and understanding the full scope of the situation at hand.  The legal system can be unpredictable, which is why having an attorney on your side, helping you navigate through the process is so important.

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A Focus on Results

The first step is for me to work with you and come up with a plan to get the results you need. Through my understanding of the law and your understanding of the circumstances, we will craft a path to success.  When you are dealing with serious, life altering matters, you need a serious attorney working with you from beginning to end!

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Don't wait! Contact me for a free phone consultation. Let me help you figure out the best way to attack your situation. The sooner you have a plan of action, the better your chances of taking the correct steps to get the results you want.  It's important to have an experienced attorney to help navigate the legal system!

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What should I expect from a criminal defense attorney?

You should expect to be informed about the charge(s) against you and the possible defenses. No attorney can guarantee the outcome of your case. However, I will work to ensure that you understand the process, and can make an informed decision about your options. 

A police officer stopped me and asked questions, but did not read me my Miranda rights. Is this legal?

Any officer has the right to ask you questions and you have the right to politely decline to answer. If the officer asks to see your driver’s license or proof of insurance, you may not refuse to provide those and then ‘plead the fifth,’ meaning you want to invoke your Fifth Amendment rights and not cooperate. When you sign the forms for accepting a driver’s license, you are giving the police permission to ask you for these documents upon request, and you are acknowledging that you will cooperate when asked.

If an officer plans to use your statements as evidence in a trial, they must read you the Miranda Rights. Often police stop and ask questions, which you can decline to answer. However, be aware that you may still be cited if an officer has probable cause to be believe you committed a crime.

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Chadwick Hill, Attorney At Law

9795 Crosspoint Boulevard, Ste. 101 Indianapolis, Indiana 46256, United States

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