Columbus Campus Crime Defense Attorney
We Have Extensive Experience Representing College-aged People against Criminal Charges in Columbus
College is a time when young adults are often on their own for the first time. However, sometimes, with this new independence, students do not always make the best choices. It is extremely unfortunate when these poor decisions result in trouble with the law. Our Central Ohio criminal defense attorneys have extensive experience representing college-aged people against criminal charges.
Our firm has helped students facing all sorts of criminal charges, including:
- Underage drinking
- Date rape
- Drug possession
Underage Driving Defense
On college campuses, minors often consume alcohol and think it is no big deal. However, if a minor is convicted of underage drinking, it can result in serious consequences. In some cases, college students can lose scholarships, their housing, and even be expelled from school. Additionally, many times, an underage college student obtains alcohol by using a fake identification. The use of a fake identification card is serious and could potentially result in jail time. Do not let a mistake during a night out jeopardize you or your child’s future. Contact a competent and experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
Ohio Attorney for Minor in Possession Defense
Although college students may think it is no big deal to experiment with illegal drugs, criminal drug possession charges are serious. Our criminal defense attorneys have extensive experience representing college-aged people against charges of possessing drugs such as marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine, prescription drugs, bath salts, heroin, and others. If a student is convicted of a crime, it can have serious consequences. Even if a conviction does not result in jail time, it can affect a college student’s loans, housing, future job prospects, and may even result in expulsion.
It is important to contact a criminal defense attorney quickly if you are a student or parent of a student charged with drug possession. Our dedicated criminal defense attorneys will aggressively defend your case and attempt to get the best possible outcome.
At Scott and Nolder Law Firm, we have extensive experience representing college students and we know how to get the best possible outcomes to protect you or your child’s future. To speak with our Columbus criminal defense attorneys, call us at 614-221-9790.