The Scott King Group is pleased to share that Criminal Defense Attorney Russell W. Brown, Jr. successfully litigated a modification of sentence in Tippecanoe County, allowing his client’s prison sentence to be reduced to time served with the addition of the judge ordering two years in community corrections and probation for the remainder of his sentence. Thanks to Attorney Brown’s efforts, his client was able to spend time with his family during the holidays.
This was Criminal Defense Attorney Russell W. Brown, Jr.’s second successful modification of sentence in the month of December. Attorney Brown also successfully litigated a modification of sentence in St. Joseph County where his client’s 30 year sentence was reduced to the minimum of 20 years.
If you have a loved one who is currently serving a sentence, Indiana law may provide an avenue for relief. Contact the experienced criminal defense attorneys at the Scott King Group for a free initial consultation to see if your loved one would be eligible. While the Criminal Defense Attorneys at the Scott King Group travel throughout the state of Indiana, they predominately serve Lake, Porter, LaPorte and Jasper counties.
Please note, this is advertising material. Each case presents its own unique facts and this information should not be construed as an expectation for a certain outcome.
Russell Brown Jr. primarily focuses his practice on criminal defense and post-conviction relief. He has helped many clients take advantage of the new expungement laws, providing them a clean slate. Mr. Brown also has experience navigating through the complex laws and administrative regulations of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, assisting clients with obtaining a valid driver’s license.
Mr. Brown’s experience also includes criminal appeals. He has successfully written briefs and participated in oral arguments, obtaining relief for clients. In addition to criminal defense, Mr. Brown also has experience in education and personal injury. When not at the office, Mr. Brown enjoys coaching his son in sports and officiating varsity basketball games in the area.