Joe’s law career started in 2017 after graduating from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. After graduating he started working for the Marion County Public Defender Agency. He worked as a Public Defender for two years. As a Public Defender he represented parents in DCS cases. In 2019 he moved over the Marion County Prosecutor’s office as a Deputy Prosecutor. Joe spent the start of his career as a Prosecutor handling misdemeanors and level six felonies before moving up to juvenile major felony cases. After two years at the prosecutors office he joined the Banks & Brower team as a Criminal Defense Attorney.
Joe has experience on both sides of the courtroom. This gives him an ideal perspective when handling your case. He has worked on all levels of cases from misdemeanors to major felonies.
” Joe Wyckoff at Banks & Brower quite literally saved my life and career. I was facing 500 something days of jail, potential reinstatement of probation, fines, and on the verge of losing my home and career over it. Thanks to Joe I was able to fly up to Indiana, make my case to the court, and come back home to Florida the same day with no jail time, OR probation, OR fines. Seriously. If you’re in trouble and desperate for the best representation you can possibly find, do yourself a huge favor: avoid making the mistake of reaching out to anyone other than Banks & Brower. Words are not enough to express my gratitude towards them and to Joe Wyckoff in particular. These guys are the real deal.”– Simon, Google
Born and raised in Zionsville, Indiana Joe attended Zionsville High School where he played football and lacrosse. After high school he completed his undergraduate degree at Purdue University. At Purdue Joe majored in Public Relations & Rhetorical Advocacy and was a member of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. After college Joe came back to Indianapolis for law school. In his free time Joe loves playing golf, guitar and is a huge Indianapolis Colts fan!