Terms and Conditions for a Criminal Case
By making a payment through this website, you agree to the following conditions:
In the event that your case necessitates placement on a contested trial docket, additional legal fees will be required. Additionally, unless otherwise provided for in your engagement letter, this fee does not cover probation adjudication or revocation matters, appellate briefs or appellate oral arguments, post-conviction writs, retrial, or filings for expunction or nondisclosure.
The fee in the amount of is to be paid as laid out in the invoice you will receive through the Client Portal. All fees must be paid in full prior to the final disposition of your case.
In addition to the legal fee specified above, you are responsible for any expense of your defense. This includes, but is not limited to necessary expert witnesses, criminal investigators, trial exhibit creation, and court costs. Our office will contact you prior to incurring any additional expense. For your records, our tax identification is 46-5110746.
This fee payment structure contemplates that such legal fees are earned as paid and therefore non-refundable. Additionally, this fee payment structure contemplates that counsel is available to be retained in these matters but may have to forgo providing services in other cases as a result of this engagement. Finally, nonpayment of these fees shall constitute a basis for withdrawal from further representation.
If this is your first payment, please be sure to read, sign, and return the engagement letter before making a payment. Making a deposit through the website indicates your agreement to the conditions outlined in the engagement letter. You may make a payment for any amount, however we do not become attorneys of record unless you have paid at least half-down on a pre-trial case, and paid the trial fee in full for a matter before it is placed on trial docket.
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