Chambers Law Office, LLC
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9120 Otis Avenue, Suite 106A
Mailing Address: 9120 Otis Avenue, Suite 106A, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46216
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About this office:
Founded by Julie Chambers, a former Marion County Deputy Prosecutor, Chambers Law Office is committed to providing quality, personal legal representation to every client. The office is conveniently located in downtown Indianapolis and serves individuals throughout central Indiana. Focusing her practice on criminal defense, traffic law and family law, Julie Chambers prides herself on providing aggressive, professional and affordable legal representation to her clients. She will take the time to listen to you and learn about your situation, working one-on-one with you to provide legal services tailored to your specific case. While no attorney can guarantee the outcome of a case, whether you are dealing with a criminal case, traffic ticket, license suspension or family matter, Julie Chambers will strive to obtain the very best possible outcome for you. Call today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case!
Statement of Practice Summary:
Criminal Law; Misdemeanors; Felonies; Traffic Violations; Habitual Traffic Violator; DUI/DWI; Driving While Suspended; Drivers License Suspension; Drug Crimes; Domestic Violence; Expungements; Identity Theft; Juvenile Law; Parole and Probation; Police Misconduct; Restraining Orders; Sexting; Theft; Weapons Charges; Child Abuse and Neglect; Habitual Offenders; Restricted Access Petitions; Failure to Stop After an Accident; Drunk Driving; Conversion; Sentence Modifications; Seatbelt Violations; Resisting Law Enforcement; Possession of Cocaine; Carrying a Handgun Without a License; No Contact Orders; Trespass; BMV Administrative Hearings; Operating Never Received a License; AMS Petitions; Bureau of Motor Vehicle Administrative Hearings and Appeals; Neglect of a Dependent; Invasion of Privacy; Child Support; Paternity; Assault and Battery; Bribery; Burglary; Civil Forfeiture; Criminal Appeals; Criminal Conspiracy; Criminal Defense; Criminal Forfeiture; Criminal Fraud; Criminal Investigation; Criminal Prosecution; Driving While Intoxicated; Electronic Surveillance; Extortion; Extradition; Forgery; Hit and Run; Juvenile Criminal Law; Juvenile Delinquency; Mail Fraud; Malicious Prosecution; Money Laundering; Post-Conviction Remedies; Search and Seizure; Shoplifting; Wire Fraud; Wiretapping.