If you have legal concerns that are weighing upon you, then you need to ask a Salem, OR lawyer for guidance. When you visit the Law Office of Lindsay Soto, you’ll have the opportunity to consult with an attorney who has practiced law since 2002. Our firm strives to maintain the respect of the surrounding community, and we always seek to remain accessible to all our clients.Request An Appointment
Juvenile charges can engulf you in the most terrible ways. When you face juvenile charges, you will feel alone and scared and unsure of your future, your job, and even your personal life in the Marion County area. We at Law Office of Lindsay Soto put your needs first, and we make sure to include you in every step of the process, never leaving you feeling alone.
The legal representatives of Law Office of Lindsay Soto are regarded as professional and experienced criminal defense attorneys in the Marion County area. We have been providing counsel to our clients throughout the Marion County area for over 14 years. In this time, we have developed a unique view on the way we handle juvenile cases. Our firm will not sleep until our client in the Marion County area is receiving deserved representation in his or her juvenile case. Whatever charges you are facing, trust the advisors at Law Office of Lindsay Soto.
For juvenile cases, be sure to have a strong and knowledgeable firm standing by you. Law Office of Lindsay Soto can be this firm. We will provide you with help and guidance throughout the entirety of your case in Marion County area courts.
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You need a law firm that is entirely committed to its clients' juvenile case and that is what you will receive from Law Office of Lindsay Soto. We are trained to provide you with the highest level of customer service and confidentiality in the Marion County community. No questions you have, big or small, will ever go unanswered with Law Office of Lindsay Soto. Throughout our 14 years of practicing defense law, we have learned that honest, direct, and discrete client service does not end with the law. Law Office of Lindsay Soto will be with you as counselors and fierce legal advocates at every step of your legal proceedings. Please feel free to contact us today using the information below to discuss any aspect of your case.
Law Office of Lindsay Soto
1320 Madison St NE
Salem, OR 97301
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"One evening I was up worried and thinking, so I sent Lindsay an email about 11:30pm, thinking he would have it first thing the next morning. About 10 minutes later, I received a response from Lindsay. I have never heard of any lawyer doing that for a client. If you want someone to listen to you, tell you what he thinks you should do and then together you come up with a plan, Lindsay is the lawyer you need to contact."
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Lindsay Soto studied as an undergraduate at the University of Oregon. He graduated cum laude from Howard University Law School in Washington and passed the bar in 2002. Lindsay Soto consistently continues his legal education so he can provide his clients with legal expertise that is current and compatible with evolving laws. He is an active member of the Marion County Bar Association.