Joe Delamater, Esq.

Joe Delamater is originally from New York. He moved to Indianapolis in 2004 to attend the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. After graduating, he became a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Indiana and practiced in criminal appeals. There, he drafted countless appellate briefs for cases ranging from misdemeanors up to Murder. He later joined the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in Indianapolis, the largest prosecuting attorney’s office in the State. There, Joe prosecuted misdemeanors, juvenile offenses, minor and major drug crimes, and he even created the Prescription Offense Unit, designed to specifically negate the impact that prescription drug abuse has on our society.

Joe entered private practice in 2014, seeking to advocate for the constitutional rights of citizens. His main goal is to help people by ensuring that they don’t continue to be part of a flawed system. Since then, Joe has built his practice around the mantra that “you get more flies with honey than you do with vinegar.” In other words, you’ll always find Joe with a smile on his face. You’ll be glad he’s there, making you feel comfortable throughout the process. And when then smile isn’t enough, the gloves come off and Joe’s ready to fight in the court room.

When Joe isn’t fighting for his clients, you’ll find him enjoying the city with his family. Joe loves to sing tenor in the St. Monica Church Choir and plays guitar as a hobby. He has an amazing wife and two loving children to keep him busy.