Being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol can be frightening. You are suddenly confronted with the reality that you may lose your license, go to jail and even lose your career. DUI cases are big business for attorneys.
Following your arrest, you will be inundated with letters from attorneys offering their services. Most people are not familiar with the process or the penalties involved with a DUI conviction and simply want to understand the process from a lawyer. Most DUI attorneys offer a free consultation. The real purpose of the consultation is to have clients sign a retainer agreement that range from $5,000 to $10,000. Sadly, the majority of DUI cases end in a license suspension, a conviction and the payment of fines and fees. Those individuals who end up entering a guilty plea and are convicted of DUI are often left to wonder what service their DUI attorney really supplied.
Newman & Horton LLP’s Low-Cost Option
Newman & Horton LLP wants to change the DUI paradigm. We believe that our clients should be aware of the risks and costs of fighting their case before they shell out thousands of dollars. Newman & Horton LLP has created a unique service for those arrested for DUI. For $500, clients receive a one-hour meeting with an experienced DUI attorney who will analyze their case and draft a custom, individualized report detailing the specific strengths and weaknesses of their case. The report will also include important information about the process, fines and contact information to aid clients in making an informed decision about whether to proceed with an attorney or not.
Newman & Horton LLP’s low-cost option allows individuals to demystify the DUI process. Better yet, there is no retainer to sign or obligation to pay additional fees. If clients decide to have Newman & Horton LLP represent them through the administrative and criminal process, the $500 consultation fee is credited against Newman & Horton LLP’s reasonable retainer fees.
Become informed prior to spending thousands of dollars on futile defenses. Call Newman & Horton LLP today to schedule your consultation, or, submit an online form today!
While it may seem impossible to defend against conviction, there may be a number of strategies that our legal team can utilize.
Once we begin investigating your case, we may be able to find further evidence that can build a strong case in your defense.
Don’t wait to contact us, as you only have 10 days to schedule a DMV hearing!
To make your appointment, call our office at 805.232.3220 or submit an online evaluation.