Criminal Defense Starting at $950
I know being charged with a crime is something that you cannot anticipate or plan for. That is why I charge a flat rate for all criminal charges, starting at just $950 for a misdemeanor charge and $1200 for a felony charge. Do not make the mistake of going to court without hiring an attorney. If you are in financial distress and need to set up a payment plan, please feel free to tell me your situation and I will do my best to try and work out a payment plan out with you. Oftentimes, the costs of obtaining counsel will result in a drastic reduction in amount of court costs assessed against you. You may be able to save money by hiring an attorney. Your future is too valuable to leave it up to chance. Call me today, and find out how I can help you.
Fight For Your Freedom
Have you been charged with a crime? Being charged with a crime is a serious matter. Whether you're facing your first or fifth DUI, a domestic assault, shoplifting, theft, drug offense, traffic citation or any other criminal charge, I can help defend your rights, and ensure you get a fair disposition.
I do not charge for an initial consultation and case evaluation. My primary function is to tell you what outcome to expect either in settlement or at trial, and to inform you about the different risks and penalties you are exposed to under the circumstances of your case if you are convicted. I desire to obtain a quick and favorable settlement or resolution in all criminal cases. A quick, but favorable, settlement is good for you, and for me. However, if your case proceeds to trial, I will zealously defend your rights. I will not try to scare you about your criminal charges in order to obtain a high fee. At the same time, I will not sugar coat potential risks or penalties to lull you into a false sense of security. I will give you straight talk about what is likely to happen in your case and will not promise or guarantee you a result which I cannot obtain.
No one can guarantee a certain outcome in a criminal case, but I can guarantee you I will fight hard for you.
You Have the Right to an Attorney
If you are being interrogated, you have the right to an attorney. When you are told “anything you say can and will be held against you”, that is exactly what it means. Answering questions during an interrogation without the assistance of an attorney could expose you to excess risk that otherwise may be avoidable. Exercise your right to an attorney.