A felony or misdemeanor conviction in Lubbock County can often result in harsh penalties under Texas law, including jail, prison, forfeitures, stiff fines, probation and/or driver's license consequences. A criminal record may carry a lifetime of consequences since a conviction may stay on your record forever.
If you are a charged with a criminal offense, it is essential to have an experienced criminal defense lawyer in your corner who understands what it takes to protect your rights and minimize the consequences you are facing in the court system where your charges are filed.
From DWI to complex felonies, such as white collar crime, P. Howard Bailey, Jr can provide you with the legal defense that you deserve.
Hiring the right DWI attorney to defend your case may be even more important than the strength and amount of evidence against you. Mr. Bailey has been trying DWI cases for over ten years in Lubbock County. Mr. Bailey knows the prosecutions tactics and has trained hundreds of attorneys in the areas of DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), Felony DWI, DUI Minor, Minor in Possession (MIP), Minor in Consumption (MIC) and other alcohol related cases.
Hiring an attorney who is known as a skilled and tenacious attorney by the local and regional prosecutors can make a strong difference in your case. A skilled and knowledgeable lawyer can assist in ensuring you are well defended or even see that charges are never filed or dropped entirely.
How much is required to be paid up front for legal services?
It depends on the alleged crime committed, the classification of the charge and the location of the charges.
Do you allow monthly payments?
We understand that times can be tough financially. We allow payment plans on criminal cases and the payment plans vary depending on the alleged charges, location and classification of the charges.
Are high fees an indication of quality legal services?
Paying a lot of money does not ensure that you will get a good legal representation; however, very low fees usually indicate a problem. Some lawyers charge high fees and don't do much for the client. If the fee is low, it may be an indication that either the lawyer does not understand the complexity of the case or he does not plan on working very hard on the case.
What types of payments to you take?
We take cash, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and cashier's checks.
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