Attorney Todd Ess's passion for justice began when he enrolled in the Criminal Defense Clinic at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. There, he became one of the first law students in Indiana to join Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld's nationally recognized Innocent Project by representing Larry Mayes, then an inmate at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City, Indiana. He is proud to be apart of the Innocence Project that has helped free hundreds of wrongfully convicted inmates, including many on death row.
Since 2001, he has represented clients whose charges ranged from simple misdemeanors to complex felonies. In 2004, he trained at the National Criminal Defense College in Macon, Georgia. Today, he continues his mission to seek justice for each and every client.
Currently, Attorney Ess works with Lorie Brown at Brown Law Office. Although attorney Ess is practicing in Indiana and what he discussed pertain to Indiana's BRN rules and regulations, the general information may be relevant to all nurses. Make sure to check with your state to verify and comply with the state's rules and regulations.