Author Archives: Stacie Sydow

Author Archives: Stacie Sydow

Client found Not Guilty of 9 counts of Robbery and 1 count Weapon Under Disability

Client found Not Guilty of 9 counts of Robbery and 1 count Weapon Under Disability

Published On 14.05.15
Last week, Attorney Stacie Sydow told a Franklin County jury that her client was innocent of every single charge against him, which included multiple counts of Aggravated Robbery. Her client was identified by three witnesses as being the man who … Continued
Attorney Stacie Sydow returns another Not Guilty verdict

Attorney Stacie Sydow returns another Not Guilty verdict

Published On 27.03.15
Stacie’s client was charged with felony domestic violence and was facing a possible 18 months in prison. After deliberating for less than an hour, the jury was unanimous-Not Guilty. Attorney Sydow was confident as her client took the stand in … Continued
Early Release from Prison for Woman serving time on drug charges

Early Release from Prison for Woman serving time on drug charges

Published On 04.12.14
Stacie Sydow represented a woman in Delaware County who was serving time for multiple counts of drug trafficking.  The client served three years in prison.  Stacie filed a Motion for Judicial Release requesting the Court to release her client from … Continued
Not Guilty Verdict for Columbus Man charged with 2 counts Felonious Assault in a shooting

Not Guilty Verdict for Columbus Man charged with 2 counts Felonious Assault in a shooting

Published On 08.10.14
On October 1, Stacie Sydow and Shannon Leis began a jury trial where they represented a man charged with 2 counts of Felonious Assault, with multiple specifications, and one count of Tampering with Evidence.  A man was shot in the … Continued
Defense successful in excluding evidence from an illegal search

Defense successful in excluding evidence from an illegal search

Published On 05.09.14
Stacie Sydow successfully represented her client by getting evidence of an illegal search thrown out on September 4, 2014.  After filing a motion to suppress, a hearing was held to determine whether the police illegally searched the vehicle of her … Continued