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    Aaron Stoll at Stoll.Law

    Criminal Defense Attorney


    Thank you for visiting Stoll.Law. As a former deputy prosecuting attorney, I have worked cases of every level from both sides of the table. I am ready to represent you or your loved one in criminal court.


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    116 E. Berry St. Suite 500

    Fort Wayne IN, 46802



  • Serving Northeast Indiana

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    Criminal Defense

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    Covering felonies, misdemeanors,

    and infractions.

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    Put it behind you.

    Covering arrests, misdemeanors,

    and felonies.

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    Know what to do next.

    OWI defense is one of the most complex areas of criminal law. You do not have to do this alone.

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    Sentence Modification

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    Specialized Driving Privileges

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