Oklahoma Attorney Fees at Edge Law Firm
When you are going through a criminal trial, the last thing you want to worry about is how you are going to pay for your attorney. Money should not be your sole factor when choosing a lawyer, because his or her success record, skills, and how he treats you are also important factors.
Most attorneys offer payment plans and other financial options that can help you. However, it is also important to understand exactly what your fees are going toward in your criminal case.
Court Fees in the Criminal Trial Process
When paying for an attorney, your fees go to several important things throughout the criminal trial process, depending on the specifics of your case. These include:
- Jury trial sounds
- Status docket
- Allen hearing
- Motion hearing
- Trial – jury
- Trial – non jury
- Preliminary hearing
- Bind over to district court
- Motion to quash preliminary hearing
- District court arraignment
- Motion hearing on suppression, evidence and discovery
- Burk’s motions
- Pretrial hearings
- Bench trial
- Civil court processes
- Request for DPS hearing
- DPS hearing
- District court trial on revocation
All of these are included in the attorney fees at the Edge Law Firm. You can be sure that no corners will be cut when it comes to fighting for you.
How Edge Law Firm Can Help
We are always up front about your fees so that there are no surprises along the way, and certainly no unnecessary fees once your case wraps up. We do not piecemeal your case and we never ask for money every time we appear. We want you to feel confident knowing exactly where your money is going.
At Edge Law Firm, we concentrate on providing the best services possible and being up front with fees. The criminal trial process allows us as a team to make the best legal decision without distractions.