Defending a wide variety of criminal offenses, including OWIs, drug crimes, white collar crime, domestic violence, federal crimes, juvenile crimes and most important, Indiana Second Chance Law expungements.
A thourough criminal defense resource as well as legal defense. Our website includes valuable information about criminal laws in Indiana and the latest news in criminal justice.
At the Law Office of B.D. Williams, Esq (“The Law Office of B.D. Williams“) we use cutting-edge technology and virtual resources to optimize efficiency and deliver high-quality work in the most cost-effective manner possible. We are a proudly owned African-American law firm, and we are proud of our ability to remain mindful of precedent while keeping an eye on the future. As an Indiana criminal defense lawyer, the goal is to customize our unique service to fit the needs of individual clients using precedent to guide analysis in a growing and ever-evolving legal landscape.
Brian D. Williams is the managing attorney for the Law Office of B.D. Williams, Esq. Brian was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and raised in Indianapolis. Brian attended Ball State University where he played football and obtained his Bachelor of Science. After attending Ball State University, Brian attended The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL where he honed his trial advocacy skills through the guidance and direction of top Chicago prosecutors. Brian graduated from the John Marshall Law School after only 2.5 years (Class Rank: No. 1), with honors, and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 2002. Thereafter, Brian practiced civil litigation at a well-respected Chicago firm before entering private practice. As a private practitioner, Brian worked with top litigation firms on behalf of corporate clients. Brian also worked with Frederick F. Cohn one of Chicago’s most well-known criminal defense attorneys. As a Chicago-area criminal defense attorney, Brian personally handled numerous criminal cases including felony drug and weapon cases as well as misdemeanor traffic, drug, and weapon cases. Afterward, Brian returned to Indianapolis, took and passed the Indiana Bar examination, and was admitted to the Indiana Bar.
As an Indiana criminal defense lawyer, I have vast experience in Indiana criminal defense cases and navigating clients the criminal defense process. I possess the acquired knowledge to effectively build an aggressive defense of your rights.