Dwane Cates Law Group, PLLC
Dwane Cates Law Group, PLLC

Dwane Cates Law Group, PLLC

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Introduction: We are very experienced and pride ourselves on customer service. Every client has the cell phone of their assigned lawyer and the cell phone of the managing partner and the Office manager. We also visit our clients in jail on a regular basis. We enjoy helping people. When someone comes into our office they are usually experiencing the worst time of their life. Being charged with a crime can be life changing. I enjoy helping people experience the least amount of damage to their lives.
Overview

Hired 36 times

License verified

7 employees

24 years in business

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Eryka G.

Criminal Defense Attorney

Aug 21, 2015
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John H.

Criminal Defense Attorney

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Clavel W.

Criminal Defense Attorney

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Ruby n.

Criminal Defense Attorney

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Robert A.

Mr. Cates, has done a variety of legal work for me over the last 8 years. He is has always been personable, available and fair. His staff is very friendly and knowledgeable especially Denessa. I would recommend this law firm especially Mr. Cates for your legal needs.
Feb 9, 2014
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License Type: Attorney (AZ)

FAQs

  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    We generally charge a flat fee for a charge. That fee depends on how complicated the case is. In most major felony cases we charge a trial fee of $2500.00-$3000.00 per day.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I am a member of National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and I attend seminars on various aspects of Criminal Defense. I am required to attend 15 hours a year, buy I attend much more.

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    I was working as a salesperson. I went back to school later in life and attended Arizona State University and studied Communication with an emphasis on persuasion. Upon graduation I was either going to be a jury consultant or go to law school. Law school won out and now I argue to the jury.

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