Being investigated, have a warrant or already arrested in Kansas? Then you are probably aware that you need a criminal defense attorney. The necessity of counsel is so great that if you are indigent you may qualify for a free, or low cost, attorney. If you prefer to have private counsel, as many do, then this is likely something you haven't been saving up for. Who saves just in case they get in criminal trouble, right? For that reason, Attorney T. Morton strives to meet you where you are at. Here is a general breakdown of how much it costs to hire this office:
Remember: The complexity of your case and number of crimes involved will cause your fees to increase and vary. This fee will include all matters directly related to your case up to trial; however, some Motions and matters will require additional fees. If your case is, or becomes, more complex than initially disclosed the fee may also increase. All fees are fixed and non-refundable because efforts and resources devoted to your case, and/or conflicts of interest inherent in said matter, may preclude your attorney from accepting other engagements. Should you decide to take your case to trial we will discuss the trial plan and the additional costs required.
The best thing you can do is call a lawyer today. All forms of payments are accepted, to include credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, etc.), PayPal, Zelle and Venmo. Call NOW 913-602-7288 for your free consultation and to protect your freedom.