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Criminal Defense Attorney Danny Easterling
Declared a "Super Lawyer" by Texas Monthly magazine seven years in a row, criminal defense attorney Danny Easterling has the experience to defend all types of criminal cases. A board certified criminal law attorney representing clients in the Houston metro area, Danny Easterling takes a personal interest in every client's case
With more than 40 years of criminal trial experience, Danny Easterling is committed to keeping current on today's fast changing criminal laws. He received specialized DWI training through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Field Sobriety Testing program, and he is the co-director of the "Top Gun DWI" seminar held annually by the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association in Houston, Texas. If you need representation for any type of criminal case, contact criminal defense attorney Danny Easterling for a consultation to discuss a wide range of felonies and misdemeanors, including drug offenses and theft crimes.
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Criminal Defense Fees
If Mr. Easterling believes he can assist you after an in-person consultation, the details of the fee arrangement will be discussed in detail. A written fee contract will be prepared and explained before you become obligated to pay any fees. However, each case is unique and fees are set according to many factors. Danny Easterling will strive to keep his fees reasonable, and he considers a number of dynamics, such as the difficulty of the case, the anticipated time and effort required, his experience and reputation; and the desired goal of the client's representation. If Mr. Easterling accepts your criminal case, his duty is to zealously and ethically defend his client.