Typical Fee Schedule Range (read details*)

Type or Class of Case:

Attorney Fee Retainers (read details**): Beginning From:

All Federal Cases and Investigations:

– To Be Determined

Capital Murder or Non-Death Capital:

– To Be Determined

First Degree Felonies – Punishment Range from 5 years to Life / 99 years:

– $20,000 with $5,000 up front and $2000 / Month for 7.5 Months

Second Degree Felonies – Punishment Range from 2 to 20 years:

– $15,000 with $4000 up front and $2000 / Month for 5.5 Months

Third Degree Felonies – Punishment Range is from 2 years to 10 years:

– $10,000 with $3500 up front and $1000 / Month for 6.5 Months

State Jail Felonies – Punishment Range is from 6 months to 2 years:

– $7000 with $2000 up front and $1000 / Months for 5 Months

Most Misdemeanors (except Family Assault and DWI/DUI) – Punishment Ranges are up to 6 months and up to 1 year:

– $4000 with $1000 up front and $1500/Month for 2 months

Note: This published Fee Schedule Retainer Range is for Harris and Surrounding Counties and for uncomplicated uncontested cases where neither the Facts or the Law are contested or in doubt, including punishment issues. Nevertheless, these published fees would still be the basis of retaining the Haggard Law Firm for most such cases that are Complicated and/or Contested and would be further determined by the Haggard Law Firm’s “No Obligation” Consultation in Person or by Telephone. We are further flexible to try to fashion a monthly Fee Payment Schedule within the Client’s ability.

* “Range” – Because not every Case is Equal on the Facts or by the applicable Law(s) to be applied, the Haggard Law Firm’s “No Obligation” Consultation in Person or by Telephone is usually required for a total Fee Quote. ..Return

** “Attorney Fees” do not include extraordinary expenses such as Investigator and Expert Witness Fees, Fines and Costs of Court, Appeals, Motions to Suppress or Contested Case Fees and other such expenses or Motions unique to a particular case. By “Retainer” is meant the Initial Payment to secure the Attorney participation in the case and may not be the Total Fee. It is a “Down Payment” to hire the Attorney. For uncontested and uncomplicated cases, however, it is often the Total Fee quoted after the Haggard Law Firm’s “No Obligation” Consultation in Person or by Telephone. ..Return