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Julie Chambers

317-450-2971
Julie  Chambers
Chambers Law Office, LLC
9120 Otis Avenue, Suite 106A
Indianapolis, IN 46216
www.defendindy.com
Phone: 317-450-2971
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About Julie Chambers

Julie focuses her practice on criminal defense and traffic law, representing individuals throughout central Indiana. She has significant trial experience and has worked in a variety of areas of law. After graduating from The Univsersity of Michigan, Julie worked as a Legal Assistant at Antone, Casagrande & Adwers, P.C., an immigration law firm in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. During l... read more »

Biography

Julie focuses her practice on criminal defense and traffic law, representing individuals throughout central Indiana. She has significant trial experience and has worked in a variety of areas of law.

After graduating from The Univsersity of Michigan, Julie worked as a Legal Assistant at Antone, Casagrande & Adwers, P.C., an immigration law firm in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. During law school, she had the honor of serving as a law clerk for Hon. Pamela A. Moskwa (Ret.) and Hon. John Hohman in the Monroe County Probate Court and Juvenile Division in Monroe, Michigan. Julie also worked as an Extern with the United States Attorney's Office - District of Hawaii in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she assisted in the preparation of federal criminal cases for trial, and she participated in her law school's clinical program, working for the Toledo City Prosecutor's Office, where she assisted licensed attorneys in the prosecution of misdemeanor and traffic offenses in the municipal court.

In 2008, Julie accepted a position with the Marion County Prosecutor's Office in Indianapolis, IN as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, handling misdemeanors and felonies. During her time as a Deputy Prosecutor, Julie served as lead counsel and secondary counsel on several jury trials and bench trials and has appeared in court on hundreds of occasions. She not only prosecuted misdemeanor and felony cases, she also worked as a deputy prosecutor in the mental health court and served as the Marion County Traffic Court Deputy Prosecutor. 

After four and a half years as a deputy prosecutor, Julie founded Chambers Law Office, LLC. Drawing on her years of experience as a trial lawyer at the prosecutor's office and her experience in other areas of the law, Julie is dedicated to providing quality, personal legal representation to every client. 

Julie is admitted to practice law in the State of Indiana, before the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, and the State of Michigan. She is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association and the State Bar of Michigan. 

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Contact Information

Julie Chambers -
Chambers Law Office, LLC
9120 Otis Avenue, Suite 106A
Indianapolis, IN 46216
www.defendindy.com
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 317-450-2971

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Criminal Defense12.00%
DUI / DWI / Drunk Driving11.00%
Drug Crimes11.00%
Marijuana Defense11.00%
Domestic Violence11.00%
Seal or Expunge Criminal Record11.00%
Firearm and Weapon Charges11.00%
Theft Crimes11.00%
Probation Violations11.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Indiana Member in Good Standing 2008
Michigan Member in Good Standing 2007

Work Experience

Position Duration
Attorney/Owner 2012 – present
Deputy Prosecutor 20082012

Education

School Major Degree Year Graduated
University of Toledo College of Law Law J.D. 2007
University of Michigan Political Science B.A. 2003

Associations

Position Organization Duration
Member National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws 2016 – present
Member NORML Legal Committee 2016 – present
Solo/Small Firm Committee Indianapolis Bar Association 2013 – present
Member State Bar of Michigan 2007 – present

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