Ajmeri Hoque was born in Bangladesh and raised in New York. She and her family moved to Columbus, Ohio when she was began her undergraduate career at The Ohio State University.
While attending OSU, she fell in love with the city and decided to obtain her law degree at Capital University. During law school, Ajmeri completed courses in Immigration and International Law which lead to her desire to practice criminal and immigration law.
After completing law school, she and her husband moved back to New York for three years. While in New York, Ajmeri passed the New York Bar Exam and practiced law there as well. She practiced securities law and immigration law at a private firm. She also volunteered as a domestic attorney and was honored for her dedication to pro bono work.
Ajmeri returned back to Columbus with her family two years ago. Since then, she worked as a Municipal Court Prosecutor in Lancaster, Ohio where she prosecuted OVIs, DUIs, Thefts, Domestic Violence, as well as many other misdemeanors crimes. She was first chair in 18 jury trials and had weekly trials. Her experience as a Prosecutor gives her the unique perspective to now defend people. Ajmeri is able to look at every criminal case through the eyes of a Prosecutor which allows her to find the best defense possible for every client.
As a former prosecutor, Ajmeri always tried to achieve a just and fair resolution for all of her cases and in building the best defense, she is able to achieve just and fair results for her clients.