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Flat Fees Made Easy

2022 Flat Fee Price Guide

You deserve top quality criminal defense without losing your life savings. Starting in 2022, we are now offering the following affordable flat fee starting prices:

  • Traffic Tickets – Free for Existing Clients
  • DUI $999 
  • Domestic Battery $1,200
  • Other Misdemeanors $1,500
  • Minor Felonies $2,500
  • Habeas Corpus Petition $3,000
  • Category C Felonies $3,500
  • Category B Felonies  $4,500
  • Direct Appeal of Conviction $5,000
  • Category A Felonies $7,500

Flat Fee Pricing

At Liberators Criminal Defense, we provide “flat fee” pricing agreements for your criminal case. This means that you know exactly what you are going to pay for the entire case (or for all proceedings other than trial) at the time you hire us. There is no hourly rate, so no matter how complex your case gets, you do not have to worry about the price growing. You just pay the flat fee.

Lowest Price 

Have you been offered equivalent representation at a lower price? We will beat that price. Just schedule your free consultation and come into our office with proof of the other law firm's offer of representation, and we will reduce our fee. 

Payment Plans


Don't have the full flat fee amount immediately? That's not a problem. Our Las Vegas criminal defense attorneys will set up a payment plan that you are able to afford. When you hire us, you will receive access to a Client Portal account where you can keep track of your payment plan.

Easy Online Payments


That Client Portal account also enables you to easily make payments online, through a variety of payment methods. It will also remind you when you have a payment due, so you do not fall behind. When you receive the payment reminder, just follow the steps to pay by a method of your choice.

Act Now to Protect Your Rights

If you or a loved one has been accused of a crime, time is of the essence. Act quickly to ensure that a criminal defense attorney is protecting your rights, preserving the evidence necessary for your defense, and making sure things don't get any worse.