Lowell Criminal Defense Lawyer

 

Criminal Defense Attorney Shane O’Donnell, a former prosecutor, has proudly served Lowell, Indiana residents for several years.

 

As a Lake County prosecutor, Attorney O’Donnell participated in the first ever Lowell Town Court jury trial, ultimately succeeding with guilty verdicts across the board.  Attorney O’Donnell also regularly defends clients at the Lowell Town Court.

 

Lowell is a town in West Creek and Cedar Creek townships, Lake County, Indiana, United States.  The population was 9,276 at the 2010 census.

 

Lowell hosts the oldest Labor Day parade in Indiana.  Buckley Homestead, east of Lowell, hosts a number of events, including a World War II reenactment with authentic weapons, artillery, and tanks.

 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow is another event that tells about the Headless Horseman.

Some famous residents of Lowell include actress Jo Anne Worley and humanitarian and librarian Mary Emma Allison.

 

Town of Lowell, Indiana website-(http://www.lowell.net/)

Lowell Police Department- (219) 696-0411 (non-emergency)

Lowell Fire Department- (219) 696-6144

Lowell Parks Department- (219) 696-1570

 

 

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Five Steps to take when charged with a crime

#1 Do not talk  about your case with anyone Police and other authorities are trained to coax information and details from you about your case. You have a right granted by the U.S. Constitution to  remain silent. Friends and family don't have the legal training to give advice.

Hire a qualified attorney to represent you

#2 Being charged with a criminal offense is a serious circumstance. Find a lawyer who is qualified and experienced in dealing with matters that you are charged with. (See our practice areas)

Remain Calm

#3 We understand that you and your family family are under a  considerable amount of stress. Don't panic. If you have legal questions only receive advice from your attorney. Your case will be fully reviewed and analyzed by your lawyer.

Activate your support network

#4 Dealing with legal issues can require time away from your family, job or business. Have a support network that can help with non legal personal issues. Children need to be cared for and bills will need to be paid.

Think Long Term

#5 While the legal system is often not speedy, it has many provisions to protect your rights.  It's important that you to let your attorney address your cases issues in a detailed and deliberate manner. It's in your best interests to remain patient.

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