Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect when I hire you?

Once our investigation is complete, we will have an in-depth consultation where we review the facts of your case and the possible outcomes. We will discuss the State’s position in your case and the pros and cons of accepting the offer or taking your case to trial. This practice helps clients understand what they are facing and decide how far they want to take their case.

I always recommend that you consult with an attorney for any legal matter you are facing. I am able to explain the charges you are facing, explain the possible penalties, give you an understanding of the court in which your charges are pending, and provide an outline of how I intend to fight your charges.

We have represented 1,000s of people from across the country and from every walk of life, and each of them have been confused about the process. In our opinion – confusion is a good thing! If you are unfamiliar with the criminal process, it’s because you’ve probably never been through it before, which, in turn, means that you’re probably a good person, who has never been in trouble before. You’re the kind of person we want to help. Call us, and we can clarify all the points of confusion and concern.

In most cities in America, you cannot live your life without a driver’s license. We understand that, and we make it a goal to avoid any suspension of your driving privileges, so you can return to living your life.

Our goal is to make your case as smooth and painless as possible. In most cases, we can handle the entire case – start to finish – without you ever having to appear in court.

Our goal is to keep you out of jail. It all depends on the facts of your case. Less than 1% of our clients have received jail or prison sentences.

Many of our clients are scared about how an arrest (or a conviction) will impact their reputation. We understand that. We handle your case discreetly and quickly to reduce the possibility that anyone will know you have been arrested.

Yes. We accommodate your financial situation, so that your case doesn’t hamper your ability to support your family and living expenses.