Steven Strain spent his early life in Dayton, Ohio. Once he graduated high school, Strain went on to serve in the United States Marine Corps, where he finished two Iraq tours of duty during the years 2005 and 2009. Eventually, Strain was honorably discharged and returned to Dayton. There, he started his law education.
In 2012, Strain earned a degree in Criminal Justice at Wright State University. Afterward, he attended law school and began advocating for veterans by working with outreach programs. Through his involvement with the legal aid clinic at the University of Dayton, Strain had the opportunity to provide legal aid for veterans near Dayton, a mission that Strain continues today.
A few years later, in 2016, Strain opened a legal firm that specialized in Criminal Defense and Tenant Law. Now, he proudly represents clients of the Miami Valley. If you would like to speak with Strain, call The VanNoy Firm today.
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