Contact Scott and Nolder Law Firm
Criminal Defense Attorney in Columbus, OH
Though you hope you'll never find yourself on the wrong side of the law, life can be very unpredictable. If you're in need of a good criminal defense attorney in Columbus, trust the team at Scott & Nolder Law Firm. We represent clients in cases involving domestic violence, DUI, child pornography, drug possession, and other crimes.
Driving to Our Office
If you're coming from the west, take I-70 E until you get to exit 100A toward US-23 S/Front St/High St. Merge onto W Fulton St, keep going straight as it turns into W Livingston Ave, and you'll see our office on the right.
If you're coming from the east, take I-70 W until you get to exit 100B toward US-23 S. Merge onto E Fulton St, turn left onto S High St, then take the 1st left onto E Livingston Ave. You'll see our office immediately to the right.
Several Native American tribes once lived in Central Ohio, including the Miami, Delaware, and Shawnee peoples. Much of what is now Ohio was part of the French Empire during the 17 th century, but was ceded to the British in 1763. Ohio came under American control after the Revolutionary War and became a state in 1803. Columbus, which was founded in 1812, was specifically designed to be Ohio's capital. The Columbus economy and population boomed after the Ohio and Erie Canal and the National Road were completed in the 1830s.
Today, Columbus is home to over 820,000 people, making it the largest city in Ohio and the 15 th largest city in the U.S. Columbus is home to Ohio State University, which has over 57,000 students enrolled, and is one of the largest universities in the U.S. Columbus is considered an excellent city for business, and its economy is largely based on insurance, banking, and medical research.