Jesse Knowlden has a general practice with an emphasis in criminal defense and civil litigation. He has successfully represented and defended clients facing a range of charges from minor misdemeanors to murder. In the civil context, Jesse has achieved favorable outcomes for his clients in a wide variety of litigation and business matters.
Jesse was a law clerk with Cohen, Todd, Kite & Stanford for two years before becoming an attorney. In law school, he served as a member of the University of Cincinnati Law Review and had two articles published. Prior to joining the firm, Jesse served as a fellow with the Ohio Innocence Project where he worked on post-conviction matters for individuals who were convicted of crimes that they did not commit.
Jesse is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, and spending time with his wife, Alison.