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Felony Cases: $3000-$5000 per count.
Misdemeanor Cases (except those listed below): $1100 to $2500, depending on the Charges and the Court.
Driving While License Suspended, First or other Offense: $1200 to $2500.
Possession of Drugs, First or other Offense: $1200 to $2500.
Probation Violations:$1000 to $2000.
Misdemeanor Traffic Violations (excluding DUI and DWLS): $1000 to $2000
Civil Infraction Traffic Offenses:$500 to $650
A Retainer of 1/2 down is usually required, with the balance paid prior to the conclusion of the Case.
First Offense Drunk Driving: $1000 to $1800
Second Offense Drunk Driving: $2000 to $2500, depending on the court.
Third Offense (Felony) Drunk Driving: $3000 to $5000, depending on the court.
A Retainer of 1/2 down in usually required, with the balance paid prior to the conclusion of the Case.
Misdemeanor: $1200 to $2200
Lloyd G Johnson focuses on cases which involve complex commercial and personal injury litigation matters, including:
Motor vehicle negligence;
Civil rights litigation;
TBI and orthopedic traumas;
Nursing home and assisted living litigation;
Statutory abuse/neglect and constitutional claims on behalf of foster children, the mentally ill, and the handicapped
Prior to joining Fieger, Fieger, Kenney, Johnson & Giroux in 2002, Johnson spent over a decade defending nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospitals and foster care homes against claims of abuse and neglect. At Fieger Law, he used the insight he gained as a defense lawyer to obtain justice for plaintiffs.
He graduated with honors from James Madison College at Michigan State University in 1986. He worked his way through college by working as an orderly at Ingham Medical Center in Lansing, Michigan for three years.
Johnson graduated *** laude from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1989 and began his career at Garan, Lucow & Miller in Detroit under Albert Miller. He later formed a private practice with his colleague, Joseph Crystal and then worked briefly for Campbell, O’Brien and Mistele practicing some business law.
Over the years Johnson went up against attorneys from FFKJG in a couple dozen cases. Having seen Johnson’s work ethic over the years, Geoffrey Fieger knew he was up to the task of working in one of the states most intense and high profile firms.
After 20 years of practice, 7 at the Fieger Law firm, Johnson has opened his own practice continuing his work as a litigation specialist on behalf of injured people and attorneys who need help in protecting the rights of the injured whether at the trial level or on appeal.
His unique blend of knowledge and experience makes him truly “Sui Generis”.Source(s): http://thelegalscholar.com/attorney-fees