Candidate Profiles

Andria C. Noble

Candidate for:
Franklin County Common Pleas Court, General Division

Undergraduate Education:
University of Maryland, B.A. with a double major in Psychology and Criminology/Criminal Justice

Legal Education:
Capital University Law School, Juris Doctor

Legal Experience:
Columbus City Attorney's Office August 2011 - present

  • Civil Division - Litigation Section November 2019 - present; Labor and Employment Section November 2019 - January 2022
  • Prosecutor's Division - Senior Assistant City Prosecutor March 2019 - November 2019; Assistant City Prosecutor August 2011 - Match 2019
Kokensparger and Ryan, L.L.C - Associate January 2011 - August 2011

Candidate Statement:

(In response to the question, "Please explain why you believe you are qualified for the judicial position for which you are seeking election.")

I am dedicated to providing justice with compassion and integrity. I believe that each person that enters the courtroom, whether they are an attorney, defendant, witness, or victim, deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and have the opportunity to speak about why they are present. I am dedicated to being timely and providing individuals with their ability to have their day in court. Additionally, I believe a judge's role includes being committed to the community to provide those individuals in the courtroom with the resources they need to address mental health concerns, drug addiction, food insecurities, homelessness, and other issues that may be causing them to be present in court.

Columbus Bar Association
2022 Judiciary Committee Finding:

3 stars (what does this mean?)

Columbus Bar Association Judicial Poll Results:
2022 Judicial Preference Poll

Running Against:
Colleen O'Donnell

The Columbus Bar Association does not endorse any judicial candidate.