Jackson Legal Services, P.C. was established in 2013 by attorney Katie Jackson-Lindsay. As a result of working as a Deputy Prosecutor in Marion County for over 5 years, Katie became a skilled litigator with a reputation for fighting hard in the courtroom. In 2013, Katie used her litigation experience and passion for representing the citizens of Indianapolis to start her law office. Katie started as a solo practitioner serving only Indianapolis and the surrounding counties but has since grown the firm to a full-service 100% criminal defense law firm with a team representing the entire state of Indiana. Because the team focuses solely on criminal defense cases, they have developed an expertise in this area of the law. Katie and her team pride themselves on treating every single client the way they would expect their own family members to be treated if faced with a criminal legal situation. Katie and her team have a passion for delivering quality legal representation with a goal toward positive outcomes for every client.


Katie Jackson-Lindsay


Katie Jackson was born and raised on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Katie attended Indianapolis Public Schools and graduated from Northwest High School. She went on to earn a Presidential Scholarship to Indiana State University where she earned a degree in Political Science-Legal Studies and African and African American Studies and graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors. Immediately following graduation from ISU, Katie attended Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana. While a student at Maurer, Katie earned honors in oral advocacy in the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition and was selected to compete on the National Trial Team. Upon graduation from Maurer, Katie was inducted into The Order of Barristers for excellence in the art of courtroom advocacy. Katie has a reputation as a fair, competent, and honest attorney among defense attorneys, prosecutors, and judges.

  • Over 5 years of experience as a Deputy Prosecutor in Marion County in the Domestic Violence Unit & Major Felony Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit
  • Has defended criminally charged clients on matters ranging from misdemeanors to murders to multiple defendant conspiracy cases in courts across the state of Indiana.
  • Has served as lead counsel on over 65 jury trials
  • Has served as lead counsel on over 100 bench trials
  • Currently appointed to the Indiana Federal Community Defenders CJA Developmental Panel
  • Marion County Bar Association
    • Member
    • Representative on the Marion County Judicial Selection Committee
  • Indianapolis American Inn of Court
    • Barrister
  • Indianapolis Bar Association
    • Member
    • Member of Criminal Justice Section
    • Graduate of Bar Leader Class XII
  • American Bar Association
    • Member
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated
    • Member Since 2004
    • Corresponding Secretary, Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter 2017-2019
    • Chair of Social Action Committee, Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter 2015-2017
    • Award Recipient, Unsung Soror 2016
  • Marion County Democratic Party
    • Member of Capitol Club
  • Indiana State University Alumni Association
    • Member
  • Indiana University Alumni Association
    • Member
  • Center for Leadership Development
    • Career Day Volunteer
    • Award Recipient, Up & Coming Achiever Award 2018
  • Visions Ministries & Visions Summer Beauty Camp
    • Board Member
    • Program volunteer since 2001
  • Indiana Black Expo
    • Summer Celebration Free Record Expungement Consultation Booth Vendor 2014-2017
    • Award Recipient, Best Booth Award for Small Business 2016 & 2017
  • 100 Black Men Beautillion Militaire Program
    • Workshop guest speaker 2017 & 2018

Tasha Mayes


Tasha Mayes was born and raised on the south side of Indianapolis. Tasha attended Indianapolis Public Schools and graduated valedictorian from Arsenal Technical High School. She continued her education at Indiana Business College where she earned a degree in Business Administration. She is currently attending Indiana Tech University to pursue a degree in Criminal Justice in hopes of later going to law school and becoming a criminal law attorney.

  • Over 10 years of experience as a Paralegal in Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in the Misdemeanor and D-Felony Unit, Intake Division, Diversion Coordinator & Floater in Major Felony, D-Felony, Misdemeanor and Juvenile Division.
  • Over 6 years of experience as a Clerk in Marion County Clerk’s Office in the Protective Order Intake Division and criminal court.
  • Over 1 year of experience as a Paralegal in Marion County Public Defender’s Agency in the Domestic Violence criminal courts 16, 17 & 21.
  • Indianapolis Bar Association
    • Paralegal Member
    • Member of Criminal Justice Section
  • Girls Inc, Incorporated
  • MyKid Mentor, Marion County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Educating Kids Against Gun Violence, Marion County Prosecutor’s Office