Attorney Elizabeth Klees brings more than a decade worth of major felony trial experience to Sanchez Law with nearly 15 years dedicated to the pursuit of justice.
Elizabeth grew up in Southern Indiana and attended Indiana Uinversity’s Kelley School of Business as a Kelly Scholar. She graduated from Indiana University in 2006 with an Honors Degree in Marketing and Minor in Psychology. After graduation, she remained in Bloomington to attend IU’s Maurer School of Law, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2009 while serving as the President of I.U.’s American Constitutional Society Chapter and Executive Notes Editor of the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies. While in Law School, Elizabeth focused on courses that taught about civil rights, criminal defense, and racial equity under the law. Elizabeth studied in a international comparative civil rights course at Dublin, Ireland’s Trinity College. In addition, she completed clerkships with the ACLU of Indiana and the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia prior to graduation
After Law School, Elizabeth represented indigent defendants in the Major Felony Trial Division for the Marion County Public Defender Agency. Attorney Klees worked as lead counsel on multiple high profile cases involving national and international media attention, she was responsible for leading a team of major felony attorneys, participated in various committees focused on disproportionate minority contact, and received extensive training related to trial technique, methods for attacking forensic evidence, trauma -informed representation, and multidisciplinary sentence mitigation.
Elizabeth’s passions include challenging established forensic science methods, novel mitigation presentations especially involving emerging adulthood, and zealously defending her clients against the violation of their Constitutional rights.
We are ready to serve your criminal defense needs, zealously, no matter what trouble you’re facing. If you’ve been charged with a gun crime, a drug charge, a sex crime, domestic violence charge, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, or a major felony, you should contact me immediately.
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