Lankford & Moore Law understands just how difficult it can be to have a loved one locked up in jail. It is a frightening experience for the inmate and his or her family and friends on the outside. Usually the experience is downright frustrating, especially since the “rules” aren’t readily available to the general public. In fact, many times you will not have access to the important information you need. Lankford & Moore Law tries to fix that problem with a promise. When you hire a criminal law attorney at Lankford & Moore Law, someone will visit your friend or family member in the Gwinnett County Detention Center within 24 hours, or the visit is free. Your loved one needs more than just representation. They need to know someone is on their side. They need a face they can talk to in confidence. They need a private meeting to discuss their rights. Lankford & Moore Law provides all of that – within 24 hours.
DISCLAIMER: Guarantee applies only to new clients held at the Gwinnett County Detention Center. Inmates at other facilities will be seen at attorney’s discretion. 24-hour period runs on business days only. Guarantee only applies following a written requests for a visit by the retaining party at the time of retainer. Requests made after initial hiring are not subject to guarantee. Guarantee does not apply until Lankford & Moore Law has received and signed a contract of employment and received all initial retainer amounts due. Monetary value of jail visit is $100.00. If the applicable guarantee is not met, the client (not the retaining party) will be entitled to a $100.00 refund. All refund requests must be made in writing. If the guarantee cannot be met at the time of the retainer, the initial fee will be reduced by $100.00 and the contract will be noted accordingly. Duration of jail visit is at attorney’s discretion. Guarantee is fulfilled upon any employee or agent of Lankford & Moore Law meeting with client. No representations or guarantees are made as to which attorney, employee, or agent will meet with client. Failure to meet the 24-hour deadline for a jail visit has no effect on the actual employment contract and will not void any other terms. This guarantee only applies to an initial visit; all other jail visits are made at the attorney’s discretion.