Raymore Missouri Criminal Defense - for as little as $450
CRIMINAL DEFENSE IN RAYMORE MO
It’s an unfortunate reality, but most people never hire an attorney for their Raymore MO criminal charges. And the main reason for this is because most people simply cannot afford to pay the going rate for legal fees. When this happens, the only option you have left is to represent yourself. But self-representation comes with hidden costs that no one will necessarily make you aware of beforehand.
WE KEEP OUR FEES LOW SO THAT EVERYONE CAN HAVE ACCESS TO AN ATTORNEY - AS LOW AS $450
When people serve as their own attorney, there is almost always one outcome: the person ends up pleading guilty to the charge. For many Americans, this would seem to be the right course of action to take. You have been charged, you must have done something wrong, so you should own up to it. And there is something noble about such a sentiment (owning up to certain circumstances). But what about the folks who do have the money to pay a Raymore MO defense attorney? Those individuals are receiving legal services that more often than not result in a reduced sentence (or even a dismissal of the charges altogether). The only real difference between the individuals who have an attorney and those who do not is usually that the former group has more disposable income than the latter group.
NO ONE SHOULD BE LEFT BEHIND TO FEND FOR THEMSELVES
And if you end up pleading guilty to charge, it will then go onto your permanent record as a criminal conviction. This can and will cause quite a bit of trouble for you when applying for a job (or renting an apartment, or taking out a loan, or even trying to get a motel room for the night). Why? Because most potential employers (or landlords) run criminal background checks on most applicants. This report will show the criminal conviction, and as a result, you could easily miss out on the opportunity.
So if it is a bad idea to plead guilty, and it is difficult for most people to hire an attorney, what should they do? This is why we keep our fees as low as possible. Our philosophy is predicated on the idea that everyone, regardless of their circumstances, should have access to affordable, expert, professional services. Depending on your case (and whether or not you have any prior charges), we can often work out an arrangement with the local prosecutor to get the charges reduced to a lesser infraction. So for instance, if you have been charged with trespassing, this is a misdemeanor-level crime. And although most people think of a trespass as “no big deal,” you still don’t want a conviction on your permanent record. In many cases, we can get that charge reduced to something like “Littering” (which is an infraction that would not show up on your record). There are other occasions in which we can even get the charges dropped (but that will depend upon the individuals facts and circumstances surrounding your case).
So please do give us a call. We can begin working on your case right away, and help get you through the entire process as painlessly as possible! We look forward to hearing from you.
The affordable Kansas City MO criminal defense attorneys at Brinkman & Alter, LLC, have been helping people with their misdemeanor charges for over ten (10) years. Our goal is to make sure that the charges leveled against you do not stay on your permanent record, and do any lasting damage. And we want to do all of this at an affordable price. The fees for a typical misdemeanor case start at $450. But the initial consultation to discuss your legal issues is free of charge. So contact us today!!