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Brian David Joslyn
About Brian David Joslyn
The Joslyn Law Firm is dedicated to defending the rights of men, women and juveniles accused of DUI and other criminal offenses such as violent crimes, juvenile offenses, theft, probation violation, domestic violence, and weapons charges among others. He proudly serves Columbus and the surrounding areas of Franklin County, Delaware County, and Madison County. Brian David Joslyn was born and raise... read more »
The Joslyn Law Firm is dedicated to defending the rights of men, women and juveniles accused of DUI and other criminal offenses such as violent crimes, juvenile offenses, theft, probation violation, domestic violence, and weapons charges among others.
He proudly serves Columbus and the surrounding areas of Franklin County, Delaware County, and Madison County.
Brian David Joslyn was born and raised in Rochester, New York, and moved to Cleveland, Ohio during his high school years.
After graduating high school, Brian attended Franklin University to pursue his interest in Business Administration. Brian graduated with three degrees in business administration, finance and marketing.
Immediately following college Brian moved to San Diego, California, where he received a Juris Doctorate with Cum Laude recognition from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.
Brian Joslyn’s decision to become a criminal defense attorney was shaped by unique personal hardship. His life has been and remains a testament to the pursuit of justice for those subjected to overzealous law enforcement. He firmly believes in the dignified, respectful treatment of every person before the law.
Brian Joslyn has developed a profound affinity for criminal law, received his law degree, and has devoted his life to principles of fairness and justice in the treatment of his clients and the outcomes he seeks on their behalf.
He is a proud member of the NORML Legal Committee, the National College for DUI Defense, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Police Accountability Project, and the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
While talking to Brian Joslyn, potential clients can receive open and honest legal advice that helps them to better understand their legal options.
A criminal conviction can have serious consequences to a persons future such as difficulties being hired due to background checks, difficulties obtaining and/or loss of special licenses, troubles obtaining school loans and much more.
If you've been accused of a crime in Ohio, call Brain Joslyn at 614-444-1900 to begin building a strong defense against criminal accusations and protecting your future and opportunities.
Map & Directions
- Office: 614-444-1900
- Fax: 614-444-5654
|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|DUI / DWI / Drunk Driving||20.00%|
|Seal or Expunge Criminal Record||5.00%|
|Firearm and Weapon Charges||5.00%|
|Ohio||Member in Good Standing||2011|
|Columbus Criminal Defense Attorney, Columbus, OH||2011 – present|
|San Diego Public Defenders Office, San Diego, CA||2009 – 2011|
|William C. Matthews Law Office, San Diego, CA||2008 – 2009|
|Law Offices of Joseph Landusky and Mark Herder||2002 – 2006|
|Thomas Jefferson Law School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||2011|
|Franklin University||Business Administration||Bachelor of Science||2006|
|Franklin University||Finance||Bachelor of Science||2006|
|Franklin University||Marketing||Bachelor of Science||2006|
|Member||National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||2011 – present|
|General Member||National College for DUI Defense||2011 – present|
|National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws||2011 – present|
|Member||National Police Accountability Project||2011 – present|
|Member||Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||2011 – present|
|Member||DUI Defense Lawyers Association||present|
Awards and Recognitions
|Nationally Ranked Top 10 Attorney||National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys||---|
|Certified as an instructor in the administration of standardized field sobriety tests||The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration||---|
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Publications and Articles
Published October 2011
Publisher: EZine Articles
Columbus criminal defense attorney Brian Joslyn Examines OVI laws and sentencing in Ohio.
Published October 2011
Publisher: EZine Articles
Columbus criminal defense attorney Brian Joslyn discusses child abuse laws and sentencing in Ohio.