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Frederick Vaiana

The Law Office of Frederick Vaiana

Frederick Vaiana is admitted to the Indiana bar and is additionally licensed to practice in the United States District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.

In his role at VZP, Vaiana focuses on criminal defense, striving to produce suitable results for each client’s needs by utilizing all tools of the criminal justice system.

Vaiana is a respected author and commentator, regularly co-authoring articles for Indiana Lawyer magazine and serving as a guest on WTLC and WFNI radio stations. He has been named an Indiana Super Lawyer for the years 2007-2013, inclusive, by Indianapolis Monthly and Law and Politics Magazines, and a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in Indiana for the years 2011-2015, by The National Trial Lawyers. In 2013, he achieved www.avvo.com highest rating of Superb. In addition, he’s held memberships in The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National College for DUI Defense, and the criminal justice section of the Indianapolis Bar Association.

Do You need a DUI Lawyer in Indianapolis Indiana!?

A DUI charge in Indianapolis, Indiana is a very serious matter. Please don't take it lightly, as it could affect the rest of your life. Attorney Frederick Vaiana can help you through this tough time. It is illegal to drive with a BAC, "Blood Alcohol Content" of .08% or higher in Indianapolis, Indiana. A BAC of .08% is considered "impaired" in all states.

Our Practice Areas Include:
  • traffic lawyer IndianapolisTraffic Law
  • OWI lawyer IndianapolisDUI/OWI
  • sex offense lawyer IndianapolisSex Offenses
  • misdemeanor lawyer IndianapolisMisdemeanors
  • felony lawyer IndianapolisMajor Felony
  • drug lawyer IndianapolisDrug Charges

Make Frederick Vaiana Your First Call!

Call Frederick Vaiana immediately. You cannot hesitate when facing a criminal charge. The rest of your life, and your freedom could depend on it. A conviction for operating a vehicle while intoxicated comes with a wide range of consequences—monetarily, professionally, socially, and beyond. Such a conviction will appear on your driving record for 10 years. It will also appear on your record for the rest of your life.