Lucas Thompson is a criminal defense attorney at Axelrod & Associates, P.A. in South Carolina. Lucas has spent much of his legal career in the courtroom representing clients that are facing felony charges, misdemeanor charges, or civil litigation.
Lucas grew up in the Appalachian region of Ohio where words are cheap and hard work talks. He is committed to giving every client the quality representation they deserve. Before Lucas began his legal career, he was involved in numerous political campaigns that varied from U.S. Senate to local office. Lucas worked in state government and interacted with elected officials that were in the highest levels of state government.
Lucas graduated from Appalachian School of Law with a Juris Doctor and Juris Master. Prior to that, he graduated from Tiffin University with a Master of Science in Criminal Justice/Homeland Security and Bachelor of Arts in National Security and Government. While in law school, he was selected to be a member by the Legal Honor Society of Phi Delta Phi and the Society of Scholars of Phi Alpha Delta because of his academic achievement. Lucas went on to be the Teaching Assistant in Criminal Practice at Appalachian School of Law for Thomas Scott, a criminal defense lawyer in Virginia’s Lawyer Hall of Fame.
Lucas enjoys sports, music, history, politics, and movies. Lucas is active in his community and is a member of multiple charitable organizations. The descendant of a 6th Great Grandfather who served in the Virginia Regiment of the Continental Army, Lucas is also a member of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), and a Kentucky Colonel commissioned by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear.
Appalachian School of Law- Juris Doctor
Appalachian School of Law - Juris Master
Tiffin University - Master of Science in Criminal Justice/Homeland Security
Tiffin University - Bachelor of Arts in Government and National Security
U.S. Southern District Court of Ohio