Stacey Lamont Diedrich has handled a wide range of cases including, but not limited to: misdemeanor and felony criminal cases, DUI, probation violations, criminal record expungements, child welfare investigations, appeals of child welfare administrative actions and “founded dispositions,” juvenile delinquency matters, as well as family law matters including divorce, custody, and child support.
For education issues, Stacey can assist in all stages of the education process including suspensions, expulsions, inter-district transfers, IEP meetings, 504 meetings, and due process hearings.
She has represented hundreds of parents accused of child abuse and neglect and has extensive experience in juvenile dependency, child welfare investigations, and termination of parental rights. She has significant trial experience in both jury and bench trials and has litigated over 100 trials.
During the course of her career, Stacey has been a strong advocate for effective representation of children and obtaining positive outcomes for children. She utilizes her experience in the realm of juvenile dependency, criminal defense, family law and special education to bring a unique perspective to her cases. Inside the courtroom or conference room, Stacey is a tenacious advocate, constantly fighting to ensure her clients’ rights are recognized and their goals achieved.
Stacey grew up in Petoskey, Michigan and attended Kalamazoo College for her undergraduate education. She moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2003 and graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2006. She briefly resided in Orange County, California with her husband and is delighted to live in Tillamook, Oregon.