Oklahoma's Oldest DUI Defense Firm

Attorneys Stephen G. Fabian Jr. and Brian P. Young

What Will It Cost To Hire A Lawyer?

The cost of a lawyer will vary depending on the amount of work the lawyer will perform to adequately represent you, both in the criminal action for the violation of law and at the Department of Public Safety hearing to save your driver’s license from revocation. In order for a lawyer to determine what he will have to do, it is absolutely necessary that he interview you, the person charged, and review all the paperwork given to you. Our office offers a free, no-obligation consultation regarding the problems that you are facing. We will review your case, and we will advise you as to what to expect as you move through the criminal court system and the problems you may have with the state’s attempt to revoke your driver’s license. The driver’s license revocation is extremely important, and you only have 15 days to request a hearing. We feel it is in your best interest to have a hearing, because that hearing gives you an opportunity to avoid the revocation and, equally important, an opportunity to be able to cross-examine the complaining witness under oath. It provides you, as the client, with a valuable opportunity to find out what the state’s case is all about before you attempt to negotiate a settlement in the criminal action. A lawyer’s time is his stock and trade, and unfortunately, he must charge for that service. Do not miss the opportunity to have your case properly evaluated by lawyers who are extremely knowledgeable and experienced in this area of the law. Their knowledge is your greatest weapon against the government.