J. J. Paul, III

J. J. Paul, III

Voyles Vaiana Lukemeyer Baldwin & Webb

211 North Pennsylvania Street
Suite 2400
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: 317-730-7600

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About J. J. Paul, III

BOARD CERTIFIED BY THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE-1999 BOARD OF REGENTS- 1996-2004 DEAN OF THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE- 2003-2004 Board Certification Committee Admitted to practice: Indiana, 1976: U.S. Supreme Court, 1980; also, U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Cir., and U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Indiana. Education: Wabash College, B.A., 1970; Indiana University School of Law, J.D., 1976. Mr. Paul has served as chairman and speaker, and has authored volumes of materials, for many continuing legal education programs.


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