Radio talk show host Sean Harshey, most recently heard on 93WIBC in Indianapolis (93.1FM), is a columnist and commentator on current events. He was longtime host of the WHBU Morning Show with Sean Harshey on NewsTalk 1240 & 103.7FM. His columns are published at and he can be heard on iTunes at his Harsh Reality podcast. Be sure to follow him on Twitter, FacebookSoundcloud. You can also read Sean's unique take on current events at his Harsh Reality blog.

Mr. Harshey is an Iraq War veteran, having served a tour of duty in Baghdad, Iraq with the U.S. Army V Corps out of Heidelberg, Germany. Sean also has served on active duty stateside and as a Reservist with the U.S. Army Reserve.

He is a Life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and a proud member of the American Legion, AMVETS and the Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans Association.

For 13 years Sean served as an Adjunct Professor at the Community College of Indiana, teaching Criminal Law & Criminal Procedure, Bankruptcy and HIPAA.

Sean has written on a wide range of topics regarding the justice system and been published in various media outlets.  Mr. Harshey also co-authored “The Criminal Trial from Start to Finish”, an instructional manual for trial attorneys.

Sean has also served his community as Judge Pro Tem and served his country as a Judge Advocate (JAG Officer) in the United States Army.

Sean Harshey was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana.  He graduated from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana with a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications and a Bachelor of Science in American History.  He attended graduate school at the University of South Carolina.

Sean graduated from the University of Toledo School of Law in Toledo, Ohio before returning to Indiana to work as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney.  In 1994, he started his private law practice in downtown Indianapolis, focusing primarily on small business and criminal defense cases. He also represented medical professionals before the Indiana Public Licensing Agencies such as the Indiana State Nursing Board.

Sean Harshey has served as lead counsel on dozens of jury trials in in state and federal courts with charges ranging from murder to white collar crimes and 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 Law School.