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David A. Ingram

David A. Ingram

Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter, LPA
  • Cannabis & Marijuana Law, Criminal Law, Business Law
  • Ohio
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Summary

David Ingram's experience covers matters related to criminal law, business, and regulated sectors from the perspective of trial counsel and experience as in-house counsel and an executive director.

David has handled hundreds of criminal and administrative case throughout Ohio.

David was chosen as National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 for 2016 through 2019 and listed as one of 52 Young Professionals to Know by City Pulse.

David's creative, pragmatic, and passionate approach delivers the expected result with high client satisfaction.

Practice Areas
  • Cannabis & Marijuana Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Business Law
Video Chat and Conferencing
  • Google Hangouts
  • Zoom
  • Microsoft Teams
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Ohio
Supreme Court of Ohio Office of Attorney Services
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6th Circuit
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U.S. Supreme Court
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United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio
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United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter, LPA
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Executive Director
State of Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors
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Associate Legal Counsel
State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy
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Assistant City Prosecutor
Columbus City Attorney
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Education
Capital University Law School
J.D. (2011) | Law
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Activities: President, Black Law Students Association, Frederick Douglas Moot Court Team, Capital University Law School Mock Trial Team
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Ohio State University - Columbus
B.A. (2007) | Criminology
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Ohio State University - Columbus
B.A. | Political Science
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Awards
Top 40 Under 40
The National Black Lawyers
Selected: 2016-2020
Professional Associations
Columbus Bar Association
Member
Current
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Ohio State Bar
Member
Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Medical Marijuana + Telehealth: Best Practices During the Pandemic
The legal blog of David Ingram of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter, LPA
David A. Ingram has joined Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter
Columbus Business First
Speaking Engagements
Cannabis Law During COVID-19 , Ohio Cannabis Law Conference , Columbus, OH
Ohio State Bar Association
Leadership Strategies + Methods to Consider While Working Within the Government , WELD 2020 Leadership Conference
On June 11, David lead an engaging panel discussion with some of the community’s most dynamic and successful leaders. The breakout session was geared toward the professional looking to further develop their leadership skill set or work more effectively within the state and local government. The panel shared their insights and delivered practical strategies on how they have accomplished both.
Certifications
National Certified Investigator and Inspector
Issuing authority Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR)
Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate
Capital University Law School
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
5 Questions Answered

Q. In ohio how do i find out if im linked to a specific car or that cars license plate?
A: In Ohio, warrants are issued against a person, not property. While the car is registered to your father, the warrant is linked to your name, date of birth, and social security number. The BMV will put a warrant block on your license (if you had one), preventing you from renewing your license until the warrant is lifted/resolved. Good luck - I hope this helps!
Q. I recently filed for domestic violence in Ohio but no longer want to go through with the charges.
A: Contact the prosecutor and victim advocate (if one is assigned) and let them know that you no longer want to proceed forward with the case and want the case dismissed. If you don't show up to court, the court can find you in contempt and issue a warrant for your arrest. If you contact the prosecutor and tell them you lied, you can be charged with falsification, which is a first degree misdemeanor. Your best option for dropping the case is contacting the prosecutor.
Q. Should I avoid going to court or say I lied?
A: There is no easy for your situation. First, I hope everyone remains safe. Notify the prosecutor, the victim advocate, and defense attorney that you no longer want to proceed forward with the case and want it dismissed. The court can issue a warrant for your arrest if you fail to show up in court. You risk being charged with falsification (a First Degree Misdemeanor) if you say you lied about the incident. The same can occur if you tell the court or prosecutor that you are mentally insane. Simply, contact all the parties working on the case and let them know your position. Ultimately, the power to dismiss the case rests with the prosecutor. Good luck and stay safe!
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David Ingram
of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter, LPA
65 East State Street
Suite 1800
Columbus, OH 43215
Telephone: (614) 462-5487
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours (Today)
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