I was having a tough time last year after losing my job, and ended up being charged with dui afterdeciding to drive to see a girl after hanging downtown. I thought I was fine (I only had a couple drinks), but ended up being pulled over (I blew .08 - give me a break). I had to spend the whole night in jail with people that were absolutely hammered – a homeless guy literally puked. Since I'd been looking for a new job, the last thing I needed was a dui on my record. A friend recommended Bill, so I set up a meeting. It didn't cost anything to just go talk to him, which I really liked since it took the initial pressure off. I don't know if I would have been as likely to go if I knew it was going to cost me. I had to give up my license for a month instead of a year and he got me a diversion so my record stayed clean). My bill was about half of what I was led to expect (from my friend) – so I don't know if my case went more smoothly or he's just gotten quicker/better. All in all, thanks to Bill, it wasn't nearly as bad as I thought it would be (minus the night in jail with that disgusting homeless guy).