Georgia DUI Payment Plans
Although some attorneys charge an hourly rate, Attorney Greg Willis charges a flat fee to defend clients accused of drunk driving. This way you know exactly how much you will owe for legal services without being surprised when the invoice arrives.
Mr. Willis breaks down his flat fee into increments, so you can pay as your case progresses. Should we resolve your case early, you do not owe the rest of the fee. Mr. Willis will also explain the expenses associated with going to trial, should your case need to go that far. This may include court costs as well as the fees for couriers, investigators, and court reporters. If an expert witness is required to help your case, he will discuss this cost with you upfront.
When facing an Atlanta DUI, you have to consider the cost of hiring a defense attorney against the cost of a conviction. If you are found guilty of drunk driving, you may have to take time off of work to serve your jail sentence and perform community service. The driver’s license suspension may make getting to work difficult and you may also be responsible for paying fines as well as covering the cost of DUI School, alcohol treatment, and the ignition interlock device.
An Atlanta DUI attorney will not only increase your chance of winning your case, he can also help you avoid developing a criminal record. DUI offenders may have a difficult time when searching for a job, especially if a potential employer runs a background check.
In addition to charging a flat fee, Mr. Willis offers payment plans when necessary. You also have the option to pay by credit card.
To learn more about Mr. Willis’s fees, and to receive a complimentary, no-obligation DUI case evaluation, please submit your contact information on our online form today.
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