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Matthew has done some work for me recently on an auto accident. He did an excellent job. He was courteous,... more
Indianapolis  Matthew Schiller

Matthew Schiller

Indianapolis, IN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.8
I was in a car accident over a year ago and was rear ended by someone insured by State Farm. I received neck... more
Indianapolis  Randall Richard Sevenish

Randall Sevenish

Indianapolis, IN Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 10.0
Mr Hand has the best client reputation that you could ask for. He will do everything he can to help his... more
Indianapolis  Joel Dee Hand

Joel Hand

Indianapolis, IN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.4
I hired Chris to represent me for a criminal case for a Class C Felony. I was scared putting my life into... more
Indianapolis  Christopher Michael Eskew

Christopher Eskew

Indianapolis, IN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
As a client, I felt I was being represented by an attorney that really cared. I watched her (Anne Cowgur)... more
Indianapolis  Anne Lynette Cowgur

Anne Cowgur

Indianapolis, IN Employment / Labor
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Sean Obermeyer, listened and understood my case and me, as his client. As our case evolved, I experienced... more
Indianapolis  Sean Eric Obermeyer

Sean Obermeyer

Indianapolis, IN Estate Planning
Avvo rating 6.9
Dorie represented me in an embezzelment case in which I had stolen over $83k from my employer to feed my... more
Indianapolis  Dorothy Ann Maryan

Dorothy Maryan

Indianapolis, IN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.4
The city's attorney handling my case was intent on my paying the maximum fine from the get go, but with Mr.... more
Indianapolis  Gregory Philip Bowes

Gregory Bowes

Indianapolis, IN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8

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Prolific bank robber John Dillinger was born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1903. His activities eventually led to the creation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation by J. Edgar Hoover.

Dillinger was shot and killed by federal agents as he left a showing of “Manhattan Melodrama” at the Biograph Theater, an event subsequently used by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to market the movie (much to star Myrna Loy’s distaste).

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