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Questions to ask your Arizona Criminal Defense Attorney
How much experience do you have representing cases like mine?
As you consider which attorney you would like to represent you against the criminal charges that you face, it is a good idea to find an attorney with experience handling cases like yours. An attorney with case-specific experience should be familiar with the latest laws relating to the charges that you face and be able to help fight vigorously on your behalf.
What legal organizations do you belong to?
An attorney's legal affiliations and participation in legal organizations generally shows a commitment to a particular area of law. You should find out what law school your attorney went to and learn if he or she belongs to organizations like the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers or is a Criminal Law Certified Specialist by the State Bar of Arizona.
Can you provide me with a list of references from past clients?
It may be important for you to know how past clients have felt about a particular attorney that you are considering. Every lawyer you consult should have a list of references available for you to contact. Be sure to ask about it.
How will I be billed?
Always make sure you understand your attorney's fee arrangement before signing any contracts for an attorney's services. Most attorneys charge a flat rate or hourly fee for criminal defense work and have a payment schedule that they would like you to follow. If you are unable to afford an attorney's fees upfront, be sure to ask if they have a payment plan.
How many cases do you typically handle at once?
You want an attorney who will have enough time to focus on your case -- this is your future you're fighting for! Make sure you hire an attorney who has the time and resources to dedicate to your defense.
If you or a loved one has been accused of a crime in Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Tucson or elsewhere in Arizona, be sure to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. An attorney should be able to evaluate the evidence against you, determine if any of your rights were violated and fight for the best possible outcome to your situation. If you need help finding a criminal defense attorney in Arizona, consult the www.AttorneyLocate.com lawyer directory for information on attorneys in your area.