Chase Mallory is a hard-working criminal defense attorney in Columbus who has tried over 40 cases and conducted more than 100 suppression hearings.
Chase Mallory is a hard-working criminal defense attorney in Columbus who has tried over 40 cases and conducted more than 100 suppression hearings. He is a founding member of the DUI Defense Lawyers Association (DUIDLA).
Mr. Mallory’s first position out of law school was with a boutique litigation firm in Columbus, where he handled both civil litigation and white collar criminal defense. In 2010, he joined a large criminal defense firm in Columbus and gained more trial experience, representing thousands of people charged with traffic, OVI, and criminal offenses.
Mr. Mallory founded his own firm with Dan Sabol in 2018. He is certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for successfully completing the same training that is required for law enforcement officers to conduct roadside Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. Mr. Mallory is committed to meeting clients whenever it is most convenient for them, however is most convenient for them, whether it be over the phone or in person at our office, your home, or another location.
In his spare time, Mr. Mallory loves spending time outdoors with his wife, Leah, and black Labrador, Boone. Hunting and fishing are passions of his and he donates a portion of the meat he acquires to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, an organization devoted to providing food to those in need.
Mr. Mallory has been been enjoying spending time on his boat on Lake Cumberland and Deep Creek Lake. He is also an avid golfer and enjoys following the PGA Tour.
Mr. Mallory takes particular pride in assisting professionals who have been charged with OVI or other criminal offenses. He understands the potential complications that arrests and convictions can have on people with professional licenses, and works to minimize the damage.
Mr. Mallory and Mr. Sabol both frequently lecture on drug recognition expert (DRE) issues. In one case, he was able to get charges dropped against a driver arrested for OVI despite only having a breath alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.07.
Muskingum University, B.A. Economics, Business 2005
Florida Coastal School of Law, J.D. 2008
Penn State Dickinson School of Law Study Abroad 2006
United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Top Lawyers in Ohio, Columbus CEO Magazine, 2016
Top 100 Trial Lawyers, National Trial Lawyers Association, 2014
Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (OACDL)
Columbus Bar Association (CBA)
CBA Judicial Screening Committee
Operating vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs (OVI)
Domestic Violence & Family Crimes
Offenses Against the State
Assault and Menacing
DUIDLA Fall Seminar 2018 “Ringing the Liberty Bell”: “Getting the officer to admit he was unfair by using the same tactics leading to the dismissal of Stormy Daniels case”
OACDL Hot Topics 2018: Understanding, Attacking, and Defending the so-called Drug Recognition Evaluators
COACDL 2018: Drug Recognition Evaluations
OACDL Advanced OVI Seminar 2018: Representing the Commercial Driver and the Federal Masking Law
OACDL Advanced OVI Seminar 2015: Checking and Attacking Breath Test Log Books
Frequent speaker at Capital University on criminal defense and OVI defense
State v. Good (Coshocton Municipal CRB1600285), Not Guilty jury verdict
State v. Schmitt, Motion to Suppress Granted - Case Dismissed
State v. Neale, 2014-Ohio-4368