Chase A. Mallory

Attorney Chase A. MalloryAttorney Chase Mallory is a Pickerington native and graduated from Muskingum College, where he participated on the golf team and the NCAA Student Athletic Advisory Committee.

After college, Mr. Mallory attended the Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida and gained experience in criminal defense as a law clerk for Amendolara & Rafidi, LLC. He then joined the litigation group of the Columbus based firm, Maguire & Schneider. During his time at Maguire & Schneider, Mr. Mallory gained experience in both commercial litigation and criminal defense matters ranging from high profile white collar cases to OVI/DUIs and traffic violations.

Upon joining the law firm of Luftman, Heck & and Associates (LHA), Mr. Mallory has practiced exclusively in the areas of criminal and traffic law, with an emphasis on OVI/DUI and traffic defense.

Mr. Mallory enjoys litigating cases, both criminal and civil. He has had OVI/DUIs dismissed entirely for clients after successfully winning contested suppression hearings. He has received several not guilty verdicts from judges and juries in cases ranging from minor misdemeanor traffic offenses to serious criminal offenses. Mr. Mallory has also had a number of cases dismissed on Rule 29 motions during trial.

Mr. Mallory 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 has also been a featured speaker on the topic of OVI/DUI law at three day certified driver intervention programs in central Ohio.

Away from the office, Mr. Mallory enjoys reading, hunting, and golfing.

Professional Affiliations
  • American Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Columbus Bar Association
  • Ohio
  • Florida
  • 2008 J.D. Florida Coastal School of Law
  • 2005 B.A. Muskingum University
Classes / Seminars Taught
  • OVI/DUI Law, Wellness Group Certified Driver Intervention Program