Depends on the attorney. Call a few directly and discuss the case.
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I don't expect that you will get an answer to the question as posted. Lawyers fees are not prominently advertised like the cost of a gallon of gasoline for your car, and there's a really good reason for that. In order for a lawyer to quote you a reasonable and intelligent fee he/she must have all of the pertinent facts concerning your unique situation and your particular wishes. That level of understanding can not (and should not) be accomplished in a public forum such as this. You need to speak privately with one or more experienced criminal practitioners in your area. Fees vary considerably among lawyers in any given community and the only way you will know that is by going through the process of consulting with them. Most here offer free consultations, so take advantage of that to start interviewing candidates for the job. Initially it will only cost you your time.
Not much more to add than what has been stated.
You have given too little information regarding the dates, previous offenses, and current charge.
You are best off compiling all the information you have regarding your previous violations and the current charge and consulting with criminal defense attorneys in your area or over the phone.
There is no "one-size fits all" pricing for attorneys.
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No one is going to answer this question here. If you want to get prices on representation, call around. Im happy to give you a cost privately after having a chance to interview you.
Southern California Criminal Defense Attorney
There are so many variables that go into the price I charge in a situation like yours. I would need to talk to you for 15 minutes or so to get an idea as to exactly what you're dealing with, what can be done about it, what your expectations are like, and how you are to work with. Based on what you've described, getting your license reinstated would go help. Good luck.
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