type of cases does your firm handle?
The Presser Law Offices handle all types
of legal matters. We aggressively handle all criminal
matters such as traffic offenses, DUI's, Misdemeanors,
Felonies as well as Violations of Probation / Community
Control / Parole. We also handle many civil matters such
as personal injury, wills, trusts, contracts, real
estate and divorce / family issues.
What if I don't know what category my legal
problem falls under?
Call our office immediately to set up a FREE
consultation so we can discuss your legal matter and
provide you with professional legal advice.
I don't think I need a lawyer for this matter, do
Yes. Today's laws are complex and vast. Someone who is
not well versed in these laws would benefit greatly from
seeking the help of a legal professional. Attorneys have
years of legal education and experience that they can
use in your case. Without an attorneys help, you may be
throwing away very valuable rights!
What are my rights?
In every case, you have rights! Whether it is a criminal
case, or a civil matter, you must be informed of your
rights. An attorney can tell you what your rights are,
and more importantly, make sure your rights are not
Does it cost money to talk to an attorney?
Our office will provide you with a FREE
consultation to discuss your case. We will listen to
you, and let you know what your next step should be. We
will let you know what rights you have in your
particular case, and more importantly, how we can help
you achieve your goals. Once again, you have nothing to
lose by setting up this FREE consultation.
After the FREE consultation, how much does hiring
an attorney cost?
Attorney costs can vary depending on the type of case
you have. In some matters, you may not have to pay
unless we recover for you! In other matters you may be
able to collect attorney's costs from the other side.
Finally, in some cases, you may be required to retain
our services. No matter which case you fall under, we
will work with you to make our legal representation
How can I pay?
Here at the Presser Law Offices, we
accept all forms of payment. We accept checks, credit
cards and cash. We may also be able to set up a payment
plan. Call our office for your FREE consultation, and at
that time, we can discuss your payment options.
What if I can't make it to your office?
Don't worry. We are here to help you! If you cannot make
it to our office, we may be able to come see you! Call
our office and ask if we can make a "house
How does one get out of Jail?
In most cases when a police officer arrests someone,
that person is entitled to bail or to be released on a
bond. There are basically two types of bonds, a cash
bond and a surety bond. In the case of a cash bond,
someone puts up cash to secure another's release. The
cash will be refunded to the individual putting up the
cash upon disposition of the criminal charges. Surety
bonds are posted through a bondsman who usually keeps a
percentage for his fee. A Bondsman may be required when
the price of the bond is very high and a person cannot
afford to put up cash. Should you ever need the services
of a bondsman, feel free to contact our office and we
will refer you an ethical and qualified bondsman.
Why should I use your services on a traffic ticket
when I can do it myself?
We will fight that ticket for you and try to get it
dismissed! If we cannot get it dismissed, we will try
and negotiate a withhold of adjudication. A withhold of
adjudication means you are not found guilty, and you
will not be assessed points!
Often the availability of a withhold of adjudication
depends on the courts involved and may require
explanation to the court or prosecutors as to why one
should deserve a withhold of adjudication. An attorney
can make a compelling argument on your behalf.
Also, many people want to avoid the hassle of having to
go to court. Your presence at any hearings will be
unnecessary as an attorney will be there for you.
Can I get a Traffic Ticket dismissed because of a
defect on the line?
Not usually. Most of the information on the Traffic
Ticket is utilized for identification purposes and is
considered "surplusage." At the municipal and
county court level, the ticket may be considered as the
complaint. If there are any defects in the ticket or
complaint, it may be amended, usually for up to 2 years.
Therefore, a defective ticket usually will not result in
a dismissal. If you have any other questions, please
feel free to call the office. We will gladly set up an
appointment for your FREE consultation. Click
here for our contact information!