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Criminal Defense Team hires associate attorney
The Criminal Defense Team of Baldwin Adams Knierim & Kamish, is very pleased to announce the hiring of Mike Kyle as an associate. Mike is a skilled, passionate and aggressive attorney who possesses a high intellect, and also the ability to connect with clients, prosecutors and juries. We look forward to Mike's contributions to the Team.
25 Jun 2011 - 12:55 by ICDT XNews |

Criminal Defense Team has 2 of top 10 appellate decisions at IPDC seminar
On June 24, 2011 at its annual year in review of Indiana criminal law, the Indiana Public Defender Council (IPDC) named its top 10 appellate decisions. Ted Adams came in at #6 with Goens v. State in which Ted got charges thrown out for a client facing 11 years in prison, after convincing the Appellate Court that police conducted an illegal stop. Scott Knierim came in at #9 with Nicholson v. State in which Scott successfully argued that Nicholson's 20 year conviction for intimidation should be thrown out. The Criminal Defense Team is proud of the work of our partners and the recognition for their efforts.
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25 Jun 2011 - 12:50 by ICDT XNews |

Mark Kamish a featured speaker at Indiana Trial Practice Institute in Fort Wayne
On April 14th and 15th, 2011, Criminal Defense Team attorney, Mark Kamish, was again a featured speaker and instructor at the Indiana Trial Practice Institute in Fort Wayne .

30 Apr 2011 - 08:47 by admin XNews |

Mark Kamish and Andy Baldwin featured on front page Indianapolis Star article after trial
In what was otherwise a routine drunken-driving trial, defense attorneys in Hamilton County this week attempted a strategy that legal experts predict might become increasingly popular -- and successful -- in Indiana courtrooms.
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30 Apr 2011 - 08:46 by admin XNews |

Indiana Court of Appeals publishes important opinion based on ICDT's Ted Adams Appellate Brief
Ryan Goens ("Goens") has filed an interlocutory appeal challenging the Johnson Superior Court‟s denial of his motion to suppress. Goens argues that the traffic stop that resulted in his arrest for driving while intoxicated was not supported by reasonable suspicion. We agree and reverse the trial court‟s denial of Goens's motion to suppress.
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29 Apr 2011 - 19:46 by admin XNews |


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