Can I Afford A Criminal Defense Attorney?
What Is At Stake And Why You Need A Lawyer
Federal charges mean the possibility of serious punishment.
Even in federal cases that don’t involve mandatory minimum sentencing (which often makes the length of prison time worse than it should be), the federal government has substantial resources at its disposal, and will make every effort to prove its case.
And if it proves its case, the possibility of a significant amount of prison time is very likely.
The prospect of a conviction on federal charges is not a time to choose an attorney based on price alone. Federal defense attorney Patrick Roberts has devoted his career to mastering the art and practice of criminal defense. Read more about Patrick Roberts here. To request a consultation, call 877-880-5753 or send us an email.
Just as each case is different, each client is different. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to paying for effective criminal defense. We offer:
- No-hassle automatic billing. Payments of fees for your criminal defense can be deducted automatically from your checking or savings account.
We also accept all major credit cards as payment for our criminal defense services.
Contact Us and Meet With an Attorney
With so much on the line, call us at 877-880-5753 or contact us today to meet with an experienced criminal defense lawyer from Roberts Law Group, PLLC, based in Raleigh, North Carolina. We will work with you so that you understand what is happening, what is at stake and how much it will cost to have us defend your case.