“When you have a legal issue, the system is tough to understand and impossible to navigate by yourself. It is a discouraging experience that leaves you feeling helpless. No person, family, or business should have to go through that alone. You need someone who will stand with you, and someone who can win for you. That person is Scott Stinson.”
Stinson Law Group Client – Thad Fitzgerald
Attorney Scott Stinson is a trial and business attorney that thrives in the courtroom. He has tried over 100 cases to verdict. His law practice specializes in personal injury, business matters, and criminal defense, including white collar crime. Scott is a detail person and believes winning comes from preparation mixed with inspiration. Whether you are charged with a crime, have a business problem, or have been hurt and wronged, it is essential to have an experienced trial attorney who will stand between the system and you and protect your legal rights.
Scott lived in Phoenix and then Flagstaff, Arizona before moving to Cody, Wyoming and then Bozeman, Montana. While in Flagstaff, he attended Northern Arizona University graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in History. Between college and law school, Scott took four years to travel around working as a mechanical plumber’s apprentice in Wyoming, for a railroad moving in several states, and delivering freight for a shipping company.
In 2000, Scott attended Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. After graduating, he worked for the criminal defense firm Chilton, Ebbett, and Rohr in Portland, and then in 2004 started working as a trial attorney for Metropolitan Public Defender. Over the next eight years Scott worked in every section of that office representing clients charged with everything from simple misdemeanors to major felonies, as well as clients the state sought to civilly commit to the hospital. Scott has hundreds of hours of courtroom experience.
When not in court, Scott enjoys volunteering at Heart of the Valley animal shelter in Bozeman, Montana. Scott was formerly a regular volunteer for Fences For Fido and trail maintenance organizations when he lived in Portland, Oregon. Simply put, he loves dogs. He also enjoys riding his motorcycles and every year takes a long trip to see new and wonderful parts of America.