Frequently Asked Questions
When is my court date?
For non-waivable offenses, our office sends out new court dates as provided to us. However, it is the client’s responsibility to keep track of and remember your court dates. Many court dates can be found on the following web site:
What time does court start?
Criminal and traffic court typically begins at 9:00 am. It is advisable to arrive 30 minutes early to ensure you are not late. Court for other matters may begin at different times. Please contact our office if you are not sure.
Do I have to appear in court?
Yes, unless otherwise advised by your Attorney.
How do I talk to an attorney?
Typically, many questions may be answered by one of the legal professionals in our office. However, if it cannot, our attorneys offer in-office consultations three days a week. You may call at any time to set up an appointment. Our consultation policies can be changed in the event that you need a phone consultation, or jail or hospital visit.
What do I bring to a consultation?
Bring any and all documents you have pertaining to your case in order for the attorney to assess your situation to his best ability.
What kind of payment do you take?
Cash, all major credit cards, personal checks, cashiers’ checks, money orders, and money grams. Credit card payments may be made over the phone.