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Former Court Foes Become Friends

  Several years ago, Mark Nicholson had his first jury trial against this former prosecutor, Raeanna Spahn: The Big Buford case. They tried many cases against each other and became enemies. Believe it or not, they are now good friends and even taught a class together about legal ethics.

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2017 The Year of Reversal for Attacks on America’s Civil Justice System

Thousands of employers across the nation are sneaking a loophole into employment contracts called “forced,” “binding” or “mandatory arbitration.” This fine print prevents employees from suing companies in court for discrimination, sexual harassment and even assault, then prohibits victims from speaking publicly about their ordeals. Meanwhile, the federal government looks the other way .   [..]

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Defense Lawyer Knows What It’s Like on the Inside

Mark Nicholson has racked up multiple jury trial wins  for the city’s poorest citizens, becoming a thorn in the side of the Marion County prosecutor’s office.  When I first heard rumors of a local lawyer with a manslaughter in his past, I was skeptical. It sounded like the plot of a scrapped John Grisham novel. [..]

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From Behind Bars to a Member of the Bar

Mark Nicholson went from behind bars to becoming a member of the Bar. The Plainfield Correctional Facility (IYC) recently welcomed a guest speaker who spent some time with the offender population in the facility. Mark Nicholson was part of the IYC’s Black History Month Celebration, and he shares a special bond with his audience as [..]

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Attorney Mark Nicholson Speaks About Prosecutor’s Egregious Behavior

Well-known defense attorney Mark Nicholson was interviewed about a prosecutor’s egregious courtroom behavior during a recent jury trial. A Marion County deputy prosecutor was temporarily suspended and is now on probation over inappropriate messages he wrote about defense counsel during a trial. Deputy prosecutor Peter Beyel was trying a misdemeanor drunken driving case in Criminal [..]

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CIF Keynote Speaker: Mark Nicholson

Attorney Mark Nicholson has been selected as the keynote speaker to a captive audience at the Correctional Industrial Facility  (CIF) in Pendleton, Indiana. The title of my speech his speech is I Can Do It!   He hopes it can motivate these men to realize not to give up on trying to hope for a better future.  It [..]

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