How Can Andrew Help?
You’re in the right place to learn how to handle your traffic or misdemeanor charge.
But where do you start? How can I help?
Step 1 – read and watch videos
Most people want to get their bearings and learn a little about the charge they’re facing. I’ve got hundreds of articles and videos here for free, so you can learn a ton on your own.
Step 2 – contact me for free
There’s no commitment here. I promise.
I provide free case strategy sessions for offenses in my area. We’ll discuss the facts of your case, the law, defenses you might have, and what tactics we can use at court.
There are many ways to contact me, which you can find on my Contact page. The easiest way is to pick up the phone and call 540.318.5824.
Step 3 – decide if you want to hire me
The order here is important. I recommend learning about your case before even picking up the phone. Then talking with me.
THEN you’ll be educated about the situation and can make an informed decision about what to do.
You may not even need a lawyer for your case, but talk with me before you make that choice.
If you hire me, here’s how the process works:
Step 4 – sign my simple email agreement
I have a streamlined process to make it easy to work with me. Your case can probably be handled by phone and email without you even coming to my office.
I first email you a simple Client Plan that you can review and e-sign in your web browser (I can mail it snail mail, if you don’t use email). You can even sign it on your smart phone!
Once you agree to the half-page Client Plan, our system will let you pay online with any major debit or credit card. You can also pay with cash, check, money order, etc.
Step 5 – relax!
Once you hire me, your problem is now my problem. That’s one major advantage to hiring a lawyer. Clients routinely tell me that they felt a weight lift off their shoulders just by having me on board.
My staff and I will begin preparing your case for court. We’ll notify the court that I represent you and begin working on a continuance if necessary in your case.
For traffic cases, many lawyers will tell you to get your driving record. But that’s my job! We’ll get your driving record and send you a copy.
Step 6 – maybe come to court
Depending upon your case, I may be able to handle the case without you stepping foot inside the courtroom. This applies to most traffic tickets and the majority of reckless driving charges. But you and I will definitely discuss whether or not you need to be in court.
Either way, I’ll be in court on your trial date. Me personally. I don’t send any other lawyer to court for your case (many traffic lawyers have other people handle their cases, and sometimes the clients don’t even know).
If you have to come to court, we’ll meet early that morning and discuss the case face-to-face. We’ll make a plan about how to plead (guilty, not guilty, or no contest), and I’ll answer all your questions.
When it comes time to face the judge, I’ll be at your side. Me. And if you’re not in court, I’ll still personally be handling your case in the courtroom.
If you’re not at court for your case, I’ll email and call you that same day with the results. You shouldn’t have to wait for a letter to arrive a week later. You should hear good news right away!
Get started today!
Now that you have an overview of the process, begin today. Learn about your case and contact me ASAP.