Sam Shapiro Law Office
Criminal Defense In Bloomington, Indiana
812-336-8192

We Are Criminal Defense

When you have been accused of a crime — whether it's a drunk driving offense, a drug offense or something else — you may feel that your fate rests with the prosecution and the court. But this isn't the time to give up. You have a constitutional right to defend yourself against the charges. This is the time to fight for your future with the best criminal defense strategy you can.

At Sam Shapiro Law Office located in Bloomington, Indiana, I have helped many clients with a variety of criminal defense matters, including:

  • Drunk driving offenses
  • Drug crimes
  • Student disciplinary matters
  • Expungement

Committed To Our Clients

My firm has a long history of helping clients fight for their futures and defend their rights. I am founding attorney, Samuel S. Shapiro. I have been practicing law in Indiana for more than 30 years. After starting out my career as a prosecutor, I switched to criminal defense and gained widespread recognition within my profession for my knowledge and skill in DUI defense and other types of cases.

Attorney Shapiro is aggressive and highly skilled in the courtroom and equally adept at out-of-court legal action. Though I have extensive experience in many different types of cases, when you are my client, I never lose sight of the people behind the legal actions. Your future is important to me.

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For the help of a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer, call Sam Shapiro Law Office today at 812-336-8192. You can also contact me by email to discuss your case.

I represent people from Bloomington and the surrounding areas.

For experienced help in criminal defense, including DUI defense, call Sam Shapiro Law Office at 812-336-8192.

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