What is This Going to Cost Me?

Oh, and what’s it going to cost?

Here’s a personal word about fees from Attorney Aaron O’Brien:

I always strive to strike a reasonable and fair fee agreement given all the known facts and circumstances. This is why I do not have “standard” or set prices. Like most attorneys, Criminal and DUI cases are usually a fixed or “flat” fee rather than an hourly rate (contact us today for pricing specific to your case).

I firmly believe you should not select a criminal defense lawyer solely based on price. Selecting a lawyer based on the lowest bidder seems unwise.

Nevertheless, I’m also price conscious and believe that price is a factor even for something as important as heart surgery or criminal defense where life and liberty are at stake.

So, if you want a range of what the fee might be, feel free to call my office and we will be happy to tell you.

But to be as fair as I can, I will need to review your case and speak with you about what your particular needs are, what the evidence consists of, where the witnesses are located, the complexity of the legal issues, and many other factors.

I have represented very rich and very poor people. I promise to do my best not to let money get in between a fruitful attorney-client relationship.

Payment plans are available and, for your convenience, we accept online payments via debit cards or credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.