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Frequently Asked Questions


Why should I contest my ticket?


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Why should I hire David S. Sprecher And Associates P.C., Attorneys?


It is our belief that, by hiring us, you will have access to information about your case, your defense and the extended effect it could have on other areas of your life. We do this every day and are experienced and well versed in assessing situations such as yours. We keep up with changes in the law that could be important to you and bring that knowledge to bear in our defense of your rights.  

Remember, you have been charged with a CRIMINAL offense. You are innocent and must be proven guilty. We will be there as your representative to make certain that your rights are protected and that all the rules are followed.


How do I hire your firm to represent me?


Email our office with a copy of your ticket. We will review it and get back to you promptly with a quote and information on how to proceed. ... more

How much does it cost?


We use a flat fee schedule for class c misdemeanor cases. You can call our office and our staff can give you a quote. Be sure to have the ticket in front of you and give them the exact information as written by the officer.   

Juvenile cases will be evaluated by the attorney and fees will be explained to you fully before you retain us. THERE IS NO FEE FOR OUR INITIAL CONSULTATION.

Will I have to go to court?


Yes. In almost every situation it is necessary for you to appear in court. It is however not uncommon for your court date to be rescheduled beyond the date that was given to you on your citation. When you hire us we will inform you about the details for your specific case but in most situations you will wait to be notified by us of your new court date.

What guarantees do you give?


We give no guarantee regarding the outcome of your case. To do so would be a violation of legal ethics. We will guarantee that we will represent you to the best of our ability but, it is possible with any criminal case that you could be found guilty. We will do everything we can to prevent this and will inform you of your options and make recommendations regarding those options as they become available.


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