Talon Young

Attorney

Talon graduated from the University of Virginia’s College at Wise where he majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Sociology. Following undergrad Talon attended Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.

Talon grew up in Woodbridge, Virginia, a suburb outside of Washington D.C, but is excited to become a “Naturalized Hoosier” after moving to Hamilton County following law school and calling it home. Talon played baseball in college and in his free time loves to attend Indians games in the summer and visiting National Parks with his girlfriend and two dogs.

Meet Attorney Talon Young

Talon graduated from the University of Virginia’s College at Wise where he majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Sociology. Following undergrad Talon attended Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.

Talon grew up in Woodbridge, Virginia, a suburb outside of Washington D.C, but is excited to become a “Naturalized Hoosier” after moving to Hamilton County following law school and calling it home. Talon played baseball in college and in his free time loves to attend Indians games in the summer and visiting National Parks with his girlfriend and two dogs.

Since joining Webster and Garino, Talon primarily focuses on Criminal Law and Civil Litigation.

Talon Young | Attorney

Talon Young Accomplishments

Talon Young Accomplishments

“They have been respectful and kind. They have always available. They have been accommodating. They have made a bad situation tolerable. I would recommend this firm to anyone.”

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Webster & Garino LLC Indiana Supreme Court Win

The Indiana Supreme Court found that forcing you to unlock your phone or electronic device for law enforcement violates your 5th Amendment right against self incrimination. On April 18, 2019, William Webster of Webster & Garino argued the Indiana cell phone case before the Supreme Court of Indiana. The case, Katelin Eunjoo Seo v. State of Indiana, Trial Court Cause No. 29D01–1708–MC–5640, and Appellate Court Case Number 18S-CR-595, went up on appeal to the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in favor of Mr. Webster’s client, criminal defendant, Ms. Seo.

Seo v. State of Indiana | Indiana Supreme Court Cell Phone Case