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
For 14 years, we have brought our juvenile legal experience to clients in need. This has allowed us to build a strong relationship with the residents of and around Salem, ensuring we are the ones they count on when in need of juvenile representation. We study the unique details of your juvenile case to build a proper defense, working hard to achieve satisfactory results.
If you face juvenile charges in or near Salem, you have probably felt the strain of local courts. At Law Office of Lindsay Soto, we can take some of this strain off your shoulders and strive to improve the likelihood of success in your juvenile case.
When you put your trust in Law Office of Lindsay Soto, we will work tirelessly to justly represent you. We will work with everyone, from prosecutors to witnesses, to find a suitable way to succeed in your juvenile case. If you are facing your juvenile trial in the Salem area, be sure to have the professionals of Law Office of Lindsay Soto on your side.
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Salem area prosecutors will not take your juvenile case lightly. Neither will our professionals at Law Office of Lindsay Soto. If you are from the Salem area and find yourself struggling against juvenile matters, rely on our 14 years of experience for aggressive and just representation and call us today.
Law Office of Lindsay Soto
3387 Center Street 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.