Criminal Legal Services provides payment options for the convenience of our customers. Criminal Legal Services allows payments by payment plan. The standard payment plan consists of three affordable installments before each court appearance, usually occurring monthly. That amount will be paid over the course of your court case to fit your needs. There is no additional cost to pay by credit card or by payment plan. The total cost will not increase or change simply because a client chooses to pay by payment plan. Criminal Legal Services provides other types of financing options and payment plans to fit most budgets; feel free to discuss these options with a Criminal Legal Services attorney free of charge.
It is important to recognize there are various types of Drunk Driving offenses; it is crucial to know what you have been charged with and the potential penalties for the charge. There are a number of legal defenses and ways to defend a DUI case; it is even possible to defeat a DUI case.
Federal court is unlike State court. If you have been charged or are under investigation for any federal crime, it is important you have an attorney who is both knowledgeable and experienced with the federal court system.
Allegations of Domestic Assault involve serious accusations that can damage a person’s reputations. These cases can involve misdemeanor or felony charges including possible jail time.
Drug Crimes can involve misdemeanor or felony charges, including possible jail time. The penalties vary depending on the drugs and the amount possessed.
At Criminal Legal Services our attorneys have handled hundreds of criminal cases involving every type of crime, misdemeanor or felony. Our attorneys are in court everyday fighting for our client’s rights and specialize in keeping their clients from ever doing a single day in jail. If you or someone you know have been charged with a crime, or is under investigation of a crime contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced criminal attorney. Remember just because you have been charged with a crime, it does not mean you have been convicted. Do not just plead guilty or give up hope, talk to our top criminal attorney to determine whether your case can be won at trial, dismissed, or plead down to a lower offense.