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 Arturo Rodriguez II

 Arturo Rodriguez II was born in Corpus Christi, Texas. He received his   Bachelor's Degree from DePaul University in 2002 and his law degree   from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2007. He was admitted to practice   law in Indiana that same year. He then worked as a Deputy Attorney   General in the criminal appeals division of the Office of the Indiana   Attorney General. As a Deputy Attorney General, Mr. Rodriguez argued   before both the Indiana Supreme Court and Indiana Court of Appeals. He   was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 2009. In 2011, Mr. Rodriguez left the

Indiana Attorney General's Office to pursue his career as a criminal defense attorney in Chicago. In 2013, Mr. Rodriguez opened Rodriguez Law, PC in Chicago, Illinois.


A couple of years later, he opened his own law firm in Lafayette, Indiana and has been serving Lafayette and the surrounding communities since. Mr. Rodriguez has tried numerous cases and has worked on over 350 appeals.

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Jeanna Pitstick

 Who grew up in Rensselaer, graduated from Rensselaer Central where she received the Lilly Endowment Scholarship. She graduated with honors from Purdue University with a degree in Agricultural Economics. While at Purdue, she interned at the White House during George W. Bush’s administration, World Bank, and U.S. Department of Agriculture in the office of Congressional Relations.

Pitstick graduated from Indiana University McKinney School of Law with joint Juris Doctorate and Master of Business Administration (MBA)

degrees. While in law school, Jeanna interned at the Indiana Attorney General’s Office, National College Athletic Association (NCAA), and worked at a small law firm.


In 2011, Jeanna began her career as the Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Benton County.  She has experience in prosecuting several types of criminal offenses, including homicides, sexual assaults, crimes against children, burglaries and other property offenses, drug offenses, and operating while intoxicated offenses.  She  was the Chief Deputy Prosecutor until 2022 before she joined our office of that same year. 

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