Sean has written on a wide range of topics regarding the justice system and been published in various media outlets including the Indianapolis Star. Mr. Harshey also authored the book “The Criminal Trial from Start to Finish”, a manual for beginning to intermediate-level trial attorneys.
He has served the Indianapolis community and assisted the Courts by sitting as Judge Pro Tem in the Marion County Superior Court’s Criminal Division.
Mr. Harshey is an Army Reservist and Judge Advocate General (JAG) Officer. He is a veteran of the Iraq War, having served a year-long tour of duty in Baghdad, Iraq with the U.S. Army V Corps.
Sean was voted one of the Top Criminal Defense Attorneys in Indianapolis by the readers of Nuvo Newsweekly in their annual Best of Indianapolis issue. Sean was also awarded the Ball State University Outstanding Young Alumnus Circle of Achievement Award.
He is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, AMVETS and the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Association.
Sean is the host of News-Talk 1240AM & 103.7FM WHBU in Anderson, Indiana. You can hear him Monday-Friday from 6am-9am.
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Sean Harshey was born and raised in Indianapolis. He is a graduate of Warren Central High School and Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana where he earned Bachelor of Science degrees in both American History and Telecommunications. Mr. Harshey also attended graduate school at the University of South Carolina.
He attended the University of Toledo School of Law in Toledo, Ohio before returning to Indiana to work as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. He has practiced extensively in the areas of private criminal defense litigation and small business matters. But he now primarily represents professionals before the Indiana Public Licensing Agencies, such as the Indiana State Nursing Board and others, especially in the medical professions.
Sean Harshey has served as lead counsel on numerous jury trials with charges ranging from murder and and white collar crimes to drunk driving. He is a graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Advanced Criminal Trial Practice school at the University of Notre Dame. For over 13 years Mr. Harshey taught as an Adjunct Professor at the Community College of Indiana / Ivy Tech, teaching Criminal Law & Criminal Procedure and, most recently, Medical Records and the Law (HIPAA).