Dwane Cates Law Group, PLLC
About this pro
After having the proverbial knock on the door in the middle of the night.... in the wee hours Friday morning, we were caught in a whirlwind trying to find an Experienced, Criminal Defense attorney who was Available for a Saturday preliminary hearing Saturday night at 8:00p.m. in Tucson. It is not a time to trust Google... reviewed Many "recommended" lawyers who proved to be proficient only in marijuana and dui case law. Came across Dwane Cates name which was an answer to prayer! He was not only qualified and available, but Willing to jump in to represent our family member on very Short notice. We are extremely grateful for his services, time and energy.Aug 9, 2016Verified
Jana Macic is the best attorney I've ever had and I've had 100s. She knows how to work the system when its right and fight the system when its wrong. My felony for something I did not do just disappeared.Sep 15, 2015Verified
The staff and Mr.Cates were kind,caring. They realize this may be the most difficult time of one's life. They immediately let me know I am not alone. I was very impressed not only with Mr. Cates but also with the staff.Jul 21, 2014Verified
Ruby N.Aug 9, 2016Verified
Clavel W.Jan 5, 2016Verified
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- 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.