Leslie Albeit

Leslie Albeit

Representing College Students Accused of Misconduct | Criminal Defense
  • Education Law, Criminal Law, Juvenile Law
  • Ohio
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Summary

School Law | College Code of Conduct | Academic Misconduct | Title IX | Special Education | Educator Licensure Issues | Criminal & Traffic Defense | Small Business | Employment Law | Estate Planning

Located in the heart of Columbus, Ohio, we represent REAL people with REAL problems. We understand paying an attorney is never what someone wants to do. However, providing the benefit that comes with hiring an attorney is our focus. An investment now to protect your rights will pay off in the end.

Practice Areas
  • Education Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Juvenile Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Ohio
Supreme Court of Ohio Office of Attorney Services
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Professional Experience
Partner
Albeit Weiker, LLP
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Associate Attorney
Gallagher, Gams, Pryor, Tallan & Littrell, LLP
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Associate Attorney
The Baker Law Group
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Education
Capital University Law School
J.D. (2010)
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Honors: Cum Laude | Order of the Curia
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Ohio Wesleyan University
B.A. (2007) | Politics & Government; English
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Awards
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Education Law
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Criminal Defense
Client's Choice
AVVO
Client Champion - Gold
Martindale-Hubbell
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Criminal Defense
Client's Choice
AVVO
Client Champion - Gold
Martindale-Hubbell
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Criminal Defense
Client's Choice
AVVO
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Criminal Defense
Speaking Engagements
Social Media for Lawyers, Solo & Small Firm Committee, Columbus Bar Association
Columbus Bar Association
College student or college bound? Know your rights (and wrongs!), Webinar
At The Core
Sex & Cheating: Basic School Law for Lawyers, Continuing Legal Education, Columbus Bar Association
Columbus Bar Association
Websites & Blogs
Website
Firm Page
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. How can I seal my record? How can a dismissed charge show up on a background check?
A: All arrests/charges/convictions will show up on a background search. You should contact the court in which you were charged to ask about their application for record sealing. Most of the time for misdemeanor cases in Ohio, it costs $50 to seal a conviction and free to seal a dismissal. You must complete an application, qualify under the statute, and then wait for a hearing date, usually 6-8 weeks. Sometimes you must appear for the hearing, sometimes your appearance is not required. Calling the court is a good place to start, or calling a local criminal defense attorney. Sometimes it makes sense to have an attorney do this for you for convenience. Or, it is completely doable pro se if you want to spend just time and not money, and if you otherwise qualify. FYI - If the background search is done by a privately owned company, a record sealing may not force that company to remove your record.
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Contact & Map
Albeit Weiker, LLP
262 S. 3rd Street
Columbus, OH 43215
USA
Telephone: (614) 745-2001