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Ventura Criminal Justice Attorney

Attorney Fee Schedule…What Does It Cost to Hire Attorney Paul Tyler?

Criminal cases in Ventura County California

All cases are handled on an affordable flat-fee basis. Payment plans are available and all major credit cards are accepted. Paul Tyler handles cases in Ventura County, California for the follow fees:

  • First offense misdemeanor DUIs are handled for a $3,000 flat fee up to trial, which includes the DMV hearing; Second offenses are $3,000, third offenses are $3,500 and all felony DUIs without injury start at $5,000.
  • All other misdemeanor charges are handled for a $2,500 – $3,500 flat fee up to trial;
  • Simple felonies start at $4,000 up to trial.
  • More serious felonies are priced on a case by case basis.

Because each felony case is different a general flat fee cannot be quoted on this site. Some cases will be more expensive than others based upon their complexity and level of seriousness, but all rates are affordable and competitive, payment plans are available and all major credit cards are accepted.

Criminal Cases in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara Counties

Cases in surrounding counties, such as Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, are handled on a case by case basis.

Call for a Free Consutlation

For a free quote and consultation on your case, please call Paul Tyler directly at 805-889-9000. He will answer your call personally, discuss your case with you, including all possible defenses, and provide you with a free quote on what his fees will be to handle your case. There is no need to come to his office. The consultation can be done over the phone and there is no obligation on your part.

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