Disclaimers and Disclosures

First it’s important to say, that nothing on this website creates an attorney-client relationship, and none of it should be considered legal advice. The blog posts and other content are general educational materials, not all of it is written directly by attorneys. The Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct require us to inform you that THIS WEBSITE IS ADVERTISING. Other jurisdictions might consider it legal advertising as well. The decision whether or not to retain an attorney is a serious one on both sides, and Justice Unlocked cannot represent you until a signed retainer agreement is made between you and one of our staff attorneys. The individual attorney always has the freedom to decide whether or not to accept a case based on their own evaluation of it, and has complete independence in the conduct of a case. For more information see our Bylaws on ‘Professional Independence of Attorneys’.

As an aspiring 501(c)(3) non-profit, Justice Unlocked is required to make certain public disclosures. But that’s okay with us since transparency is something we’re really striving for in the culture of our office! Through the links below, you’ll be able to look over our tax-exemption application, our privacy and whistle-blower policies, our most recent annual financial return filed with the IRS, and more. So if you’re interested in peeking behind the curtain, get browsing below and . . . .

Here is a copy of our 501(c)(3) Determination Letter. In 2015 and 2016 we filed the 990-n and so we do not have full detailed IRS tax filings yet, however, you can see our 2016 income statement here.

Justice Unlocked does have corporate by-laws, so if you want to know how we do business you can look at our corporate documents.



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