Best Techniques For Lawyers To Get Their Clients To Pay?

The answer is it depends on who you are, what kind of case you’re in, and how skilled your attorney happens to be. In general terms, however, there are four main techniques that lawyers use to get their clients to pay up:

1) Plea Bargains. This tactic works best for people charged with minor offenses or misdemeanors — say driving under the influence (DUI), trespassing at night on public property, vandalism or drunkenness in public places like parks and sidewalks. Your lawyer can often persuade prosecutors that they don’t want to waste time with a trial if their client has no “record” behind them; so they offer them an alternative solution — plead guilty and promise not to fight the charges now but promise instead that if any future crime occurs after conviction by plea bargain will result in more serious penalties than would have been imposed had the defendant gone through a full-blown trial process. If done correctly this might work; but it’s risky business because many times judges love playing hardball with defendants who try this game. And sometimes judges know beforehand which attorneys like doing this game most because some sort of arrangement has already been made before arraignment between defense counsel and prosecutors where term agreements about cooperating on cases are struck up ahead of time without even having clients sign anything yet– whether as part of formal written agreement documents or orally before court proceedings start off (again knowing which ones like doing these deals). So one can lose out bigtime here when trying such

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