David L. Joley
Joley Law Firm, P.C.
116 East Berry Street, Suite 500
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Position: Member

TEL: 206-426-0242


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Admitted: Indiana

Law School: University of Dayton, School of Law, J.D.

College: Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, Bachelor of Arts

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Practice Areas: Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Family Law, Interstate Communications of Threat to Damage Reputation; Sexual Exploitation of a Minor; Receipt and Possession of Child Pornography

Additional Information: See: United States of America v. Bradley M. Cox

Dave Joley is a Fort Wayne native, graduating from Bishop Dwenger High School in 1996. He is admitted to practice law in the Federal Districts of Northern and Southern Indiana, as well as the State of Indiana. His practice areas include Worker�s Compensation, Personal Injury, and Family Law, with a concentration in Criminal Defense.

Mr. Joley is a member of the National College for DUI Defense, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, NORML, past member of Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, American Inns of Court, Benjamin Harrison Chapter, as well as a member of the American, Indiana, and Allen County Bar Associations. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, and graduated from the University of Dayton, School of Law.

He is qualified in the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, and has completed the trial advocacy training at the Trial Practice Institute sponsored by the Indiana Public Defender Council, two time attendee at the Summer Session for the National College of DUI Defense in Cambridge Massachusetts, attendee of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines Seminar in Salt Lake City, Utah, attendee of �Defending in a New Era of Forensic Sciences� Seminar, presented by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and American Bar Association

He has been an advocate in trial courts, the Court of Appeals, and the Indiana Supreme Court, as well as administrative hearings before the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. He had the opportunity to argue before the Indiana Supreme Court about whether an officer on a routine traffic stop can question a person about the presence of drugs in State of Indiana v. Raymond Washington, and has had other published opinions before the Indiana Court of Appeals, including concerning the Bureau of Motor Vehicle�s right to suspend a person�s license after a long delay in occurrences.

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