Anthony S. VanNoy, educated at Ball State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Legal Administration and Public Law and the University of Dayton where he earned a Doctorate degree in Jurisprudence, is an accomplished civil and criminal trial attorney with practice emphasis in the areas of criminal defense, catastrophic injury and wrongful death matters. Practicing since 1996, VanNoy has made a significant mark in his professional career having served as legal counsel in several high profile cases that afforded him national recognition via television interviews on NBC’s Dateline and ABC’s Good Morning America.
In a world of ever changing rules and regulations, VanNoy keeps abreast of new developments in the field as a member of professional organizations, including the Association of Trial Lawyers of America; National Bar Association; and Criminal Justice Act Panel for the Southern District of Ohio. VanNoy has served on the committee to appoint the new Federal Public Defender, as well as continuing his service on the Southern District of Ohio Bar Examination Committee for the United States District Court. He also holds licensure with the State of Ohio and United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.
VanNoy has been recognized nationally by his peers and has received the following awards:
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