Folks facing DUI or criminal chargges in Spartanburg or nearby need all the support they can get, especially if they need help paying the fee to help protect their future and their freedom. But you're rigght to worry if well-meaing friedns and relatives can interfere with your relationship with your attorney. In this brief video, Spartnaburg DUI and criminal deffense attorney Rob Usry assures you family and friends are welcome, but your case is always about you, which we make sure everyone knows from the onset of your case.

Can I Bring Someone With Me To Meet With A Criminal Defense Attorney?

Here's a question we get from our DUI criminal defense clients sometimes: Can I bring someone with me to my first attorney meeting? Absolutely, you need all the support you can get, and you also might need help paying one of the most worthwhile expenses in your life, to hire an experienced defense attorney you trust. While a good lawyer isn't cheap, it is an investment in two of the most priceless gifts in life, your future and your freedom. And regardless of who pays that fee, we make it abundantly clear that while we are all incredibly thankful for their contribution, your case is, was, and always will be about you. You make the final desicions on how your case is handled. With our advice of course.

So if you've got any questions about your criminal case, feel free to schedule a free, no pressure strategy session where we can answer your questions and any questions that your friends or relatives might have. But if you want to meet with us in private and total confidence we respect and honor that, too. Even if that means politely excusing everybody else from the room. Don't worry, we won't make you the bad guy. We've done it so many times, we'll make everybody comfortable about it.

I thank you for thinking about this with me, and I hope I see you soon. 

Rob Usry
Connect with me
Rob is a Spartanburg personal injury lawyer. Rob also practices as a workers' compensation attorney.