Carl Salzmann


Carl has been practicing law in Indiana for almost 40 years. With his background in law enforcement, prosecution and criminal defense, Carl has experience on all sides of the criminal justice system. It is those decades of experience and expertise that Carl brings to his clients daily.

Carl began his practice of law as a deputy prosecutor in Morgan county and eventually served as the elected Prosecutor in Monroe County for twelve years. After serving the county as prosecutor he transitioned into private practice and began his own firm in 2007.

Carl’s experience extends past solely the practice of law to his service as the Paralegal Program Chair at the Indiana Vocational Technical College. Carl also sits in as judge pro tempore for several Monroe County Circuit Courts.

Carl has experience in many areas of the law, but specifically focuses on criminal defense. He practices primarily in the counties surrounding Monroe county and the south central Indiana region.


  • J.D. McKinney School of Law, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (1981)
  • B.S. Indiana University-Criminal Justice (1977)

Bar Admissions:

  • Indiana Supreme Court
  • United States District Court-Southern District of Indiana

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • Monroe County Bar Association