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Meet G. Allen Lidy


If you’re facing criminal charges, you could end up going to trial where the State of Indiana may seek to put you behind bars. G. Allen Lidy has represented clients in dozens of jury trials throughout central Indiana courts. For the last decade, he has defended those whose lives and livelihoods, for whatever reason, are in jeopardy of significant legal consequences.


  • Indiana University-Indianapolis Robert H. McKinney School of Law, 2005
  • Ball State University, 2002

  • Indiana State Bar – admitted 2005

What can we do for you?

When you or your family members are threatened by a criminal accusation, fight from a position of strength with Allen Lidy.

With Allen Lidy, his clients have a partner advocating for them. Their attorney knows the Indiana criminal justice system inside and out. Criminal charges are the most serious offenses you can face. Coming out of these circumstances with any favorable results depends on a tough attorney who skillfully helps you avoid a conviction.

Through more than 10 years of practice, Allen Lidy has handled all levels of criminal defense, including misdemeanors, fraud, theft, DUI, and major sex offenses. He puts the family in perspective as well, assisting clients in matters of child custody. His efforts in the courtroom protect Indiana families from an unnecessary distress they may otherwise suffer with a less experienced attorney.

Allen Lidy offers reasonable fees and options

Nobody plans on legal problems. They can put you and your family in a financial bind should unfortunate legal circumstances arise. It’s true trials can be expensive, with the hours of investigation and special witnesses called to help your case. Allen Lidy and his law office are committed to keeping your costs to a minimum. In most cases, Lidy Law, P.C. will establish a flat fee so you know what legal services your case requires.

As Allen and his firm understand the financial burden of legal matters, you may discuss your case through a free consultation before committing to hiring Lidy Law, P.C. to represent your case. Contact Allen’s Greenwood office to learn how your future begins with defending your present.

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Your freedom may already be in jeopardy.

Lidy Law can pick it up from here.

The very nature of the legal system puts you immediately at a disadvantage in criminal cases because authorities are already investigating you. A focused attorney can bring you and your defense up to speed.

Attorney Allen Lidy has a broad understanding of Indiana’s legal landscape. He has represented clients from as far north as South Bend and as far south as the Ohio River. He has conducted criminal jury trials in Putnam, Morgan, Marion, Hendricks, Boone, Hamilton, Madison, Shelby, Tippecanoe, Brown, and Monroe County. 

If you have a case anywhere in Central Indiana, he has seen the inside of your courthouse. From Connersville to Terre Haute; from Lafayette to Columbus; from Anderson to Martinsville, he has experience in each of these jurisdictions and will be ready to fight for you in your time of need.

As your attorney, Allen Lidy builds your defense from the investigation stage through to the final verdict. If you’re being investigated or sought for questioning in any case, he can help. If you’ve already been arrested for a felony, it’s just the beginning.

You will have a bond hearing that will determine your bail. After that, you have the chance to enter a plea at your arraignment. It’s crucial you have the advice of a lawyer before entering your plea, and a judge can postpone arraignment until you find one suitable to your situation. The next step is finding out what the prosecution has against you and strategizing with your attorney as you head to trial. 

Seek a lawyer who is trial-ready. A qualified legal defense attorney will argue for a lighter sentence if you’re found guilty or can assist in expunging or sealing your record if you’re found not guilty. Throughout the process, Allen Lidy will show you what you’re up against. Contact Lidy Law, P.C. today with questions or to set up a free consultation.