Can I Afford an Attorney?
The need to hire an attorney on short notice does not mean that you can’t afford it. We make our services available and affordable to everyone – even if your financial resources are limited. We accept credit and debit cards, checks, and offer a variety of payment plans and options, some of which do not require any down payment.
The negative impact of not getting an experienced attorney can follow you for years. You could end up with a longer sentence or probation period. A criminal record could prevent you from getting a job, choosing where you can live, and passing a credit report. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys at JonesBrown can help you mitigate the threats posed by your potential conviction.
Our experienced attorneys can provide legal services in each of these areas:
Assault & Battery
Asset Seizure and Forfeiture
Death Penalty & Capital Murder
DUI & DWI
Expunge Criminal Record
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Homicide & Violent Crimes
Kidnapping & Stalking
Public Corruption & Bribery Crimes
Sex Crimes & Pornography
“Shaken Baby” Cases
White Collar Crimes
Will I get a Public Defender?
Getting bailed out of jail will most likely disqualify you from being eligible to get a public defender. Many courts conclude if you have the recourses to get out of jail, you have the ability to afford an attorney.