Meet the lawyers who make up the legal team at Sabol Mallory LLC. Read through the individual bios and get to know more about their education, experience and accolades. When you're ready, submit your contact information for a free case review!
Dan Sabol is a criminal defense lawyer who has been recognized by multiple state and national organizations, including Super Lawyers, the National Trial Lawyers, and US News Best Lawyers. He is the first attorney in Ohio to be both board certified in criminal trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and be designated as a Lawyer Scientist by the American Chemical Society. In 2017, Mr. Sabol was the first private attorney to be accepted into the National Forensics College, which covered a wide array of advanced tactics including deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), digital forensics, ballistics, and false confessions. He has spent weeks in laboratories learning how to test solid drugs and bodily substances, and is also an instructor in standardized field sobriety testing.
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...
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