The best advice I can give to a potential client who is shopping around for an attorney is truly this: “You get what you pay for.” I’ve seen it time and time again to the detriment of defendants. When you are fighting for your freedom, your family, and your livelihood, the cheapest quote is rarely your best option. It is far more likely to be your worst. Without first speaking to you, it is impossible for me to give you a quote. Once, I hear from you about the case, I can give an accurate and fair quote. For example, a case with numerous high-level felony charges will obviously cost more than a case for a traffic ticket. My rates for representation are comparable to others who provide high-quality criminal defense representation in the Phoenix metro area. My prices are neither the cheapest, nor the most expensive, but reflect my particular skill level, specific experience, reputation for quality and thoroughness, and level of attention to my clients. And, if I like you, I may just give you a discount. (The perks of being one’s own boss.)
What do you charge for my type of case?