Why should I pay for a lawyer when I might qualify for a free Public Defender?


Sometimes it’s a matter of getting what you pay for, but not always.  Public Defenders are usually among some of the most experienced lawyers practicing in criminal courts when they get to the felony level.  However, their case loads are so heavy that they cannot devote the amount of time and personal attention that you might want to have for preparing your case, much less getting to know you personally as a client.  In addition, at the lower levels of offenses, e.g. DUIs, domestic violence offenses, and other misdemeanors, less experienced Public Defenders are in fact assigned.  In contrast, Mr. Hawk, Mr. Sing, and Mr. Ignacio individually have experience equal to or more than the highest level Public Defenders.

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