Shawn R. Dominy
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Shawn R. Dominy

Dominy Law Firm, LLC

7716 Rivers Edge Dr., Suite B
Columbus, OH 43235

Phone: 614-717-1177

Website: https://www.dominylaw.com/

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About Shawn R. Dominy

Shawn Dominy is the President of the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and represents clients charged with DUI/OVI in Columbus, Ohio and the central Ohio area.He is the author of ‘I Was Charged With DUI/OVI – Now What?!’ As the subtitle indicates, the book discusses what you should know before going to court and before hiring an attorny for DUI/OVI in Ohio. Shawn Dominy focuses his practice on DUI/OVI defense and accepts a limited number of clients, typically one per week. The result of focusing his practice and limiting his caseload is favorable results and satisfied clients. For more information about Shawn Dominy, please review his w ebsite. 2007 Summer Session Graduate; 2009 Winter Session Graduate; 2012 Summer Session Graduate; 2017 Summer Session Graduate


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