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In The Media
The legal team at DTurner Legal, LLC, never shies away from a challenge. We thrive on helping our clients overcome criminal charges, whatever the circumstances might be. Because of this, some of our cases end up in the news. You can learn about a few of those cases below.
“Defense Attorney asks for and granted direct verdict in Lawrence County Superior Court | Wednesday”
July 13, 2023 – Lawrence County
The defense attorney, Denise Turner for Steven Bradley 33, West Baden, was granted a direct verdict at the start of a jury trial Wednesday morning.
“Prosecutors drop death penalty against man accused of killing Southport police officer”
December 06, 2021 – WRTV Indianapolis
Death penalty charges against our client, Jason Dane Brown, were dropped in 2021. These charges stemmed from the 2017 shooting death of Southport Police Department Lieutenant Aaron Allan.
“Court dismisses life without parole sentencing enhancement in Southport Lt. Aaron Allan murder trial”
February 11, 2022 – WRTV Indianapolis
Marion Superior Court Judge Mark Stoner ruled that the life without parole enhancement against our client, Jason Dane Brown, should be dismissed due to a lack of evidence to support that Brown knew the victim, Lt. Aaron Allan, was a police officer.
“Woman says ex-husband should have been in jail for stalking on the night she shot him”
March 30, 2022 – WRTV Indianapolis
Our paralegal, Monica Conley, shares her experience as a victim of stalking that culminated in the self-defense shooting of her ex-husband.
“Brent Goodman Acquitted In Molestation Case”
September 11, 2020 – WBIW.com
A jury acquitted our client, Brent Goodman, on felony charges of child molesting, child exploitation, possession of child pornography and vicarious sexual gratification.
“Death Penalty Off Table for Man Accused in Cop’s Killing After He Asks to Waive Jury Trial”
December 6, 2021 – Newsweek
Prosecutors removed the death penalty against our client, Jason Dane Brown, in the 2017 death of Lt. Aaron Allan. In return, Brown waived his right to a jury trial,