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    Pfft, they are no Matlock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denny347 View Post
    Very highly paid criminal defense attorneys. I've been depo'd by Voyles on a DUI before.
    At $600/hr, who was the client?

    Irsay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkC View Post
    Voyles and Lukemeyer are the high-end "go to" criminal defense attorneys down this way. From an Indianapolis Monthly article: "The view is what youd expect from the office of a 68-year-old defense lawyer who has practiced for longer than 40 years, was a president of the Indianapolis Bar Association, and bills $600 per hour."

    Lukemeyer and Voyles are also representing AG Curtis Hill in his disciplinary case.
    But who's going to represent him in the civil suit?



    Oh, and $600 per? I find that inspirational...and aspirational.
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    Not just Jim Irsay... somehow, this guy hired Jimmy Voyles and Jennifer Lukemeyer:


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    Quote Originally Posted by HoughMade View Post
    But who's going to represent him in the civil suit?


    THAT is the $64,000 question. With him, the "State of Indiana," and, effectively, the House and Senate appearing to be defendants, this whole thing strikes me as being very much like a law school exam question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkC View Post
    Not just Jim Irsay... somehow, this guy hired Jimmy Voyles and Jennifer Lukemeyer:

    I would note that whenever they ask a lawyer his hourly for news purposes, he will report the highest rate he has ever billed, not the average. There most definitely is a sliding scale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoughMade View Post
    I would note that whenever they ask a lawyer his hourly for news purposes, he will report the highest rate he has ever billed, not the average. There most definitely is a sliding scale.
    Definitely true; it is a form of advertising, I think. I also suspect that he takes some of the cases for the publicity value (but still not pro bono, of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkC View Post
    THAT is the $64,000 question. With him, the "State of Indiana," and, effectively, the House and Senate appearing to be defendants, this whole thing strikes me as being very much like a law school exam question.
    Well, normally, the AGs office would represent the State, House and Senate...but this isnt normal. I would imagine that those defendants will hire a firm to represent them and the AG will hire his own. Time will tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghuns View Post
    Meh, never heard of them.
    Jimmy V is one of the foremost white shoe criminal defense attorneys in Marion County. He is a silk towel in front of a jury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkC View Post
    Voyles and Lukemeyer are the high-end "go to" criminal defense attorneys down this way. From an Indianapolis Monthly article: "The view is what youd expect from the office of a 68-year-old defense lawyer who has practiced for longer than 40 years, was a president of the Indianapolis Bar Association, and bills $600 per hour."

    Lukemeyer and Voyles are also representing AG Curtis Hill in his disciplinary case.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Freeman View Post
    Jimmy V is one of the foremost white shoe criminal defense attorneys in Marion County. He is a silk towel in front of a jury.

    So in terms of defense attorneys, where does Mr. Greg Garrison fall into the Marion Co spectrum?



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