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Pro-Bono DUI Work: Don’t Expect a DUI Lawyer to Work for Free



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Don’t expect a private DUI lawyer to take your case for free

Most private DUI lawyers will not accept a case on a pro bono basis unless there is a compelling reason to do so. Here is a list of good reasons why a DUI attorney might agree to do a case for free.

For most people accused of impaired driving, you will have to pay for a private lawyer. If you can’t afford one, you may qualify for a public defender (which will either be free or highly reduced).