Depends on the experience of the attorney among other things, really a valuation that only you can make, best of luck.
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Attorney Kaplun has offered you a good explanation. How can we tell you without a whole lot more information. Apparently you think it is too much or you would not be asking the question.
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Fees vary depending on the attorney's experience, the level, and magnitude of the charges against you. In the end, it is for you to determine what is reasonable as you are the one paying. Good luck.
Shop around. There are a lot of attorneys if you are not satisfied with the attorney that you have spoke to. Experience is what you need, confidence in ones ability and a great relationship with the State always helps. I live in Moses Lake WA
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