Roy J. Kahn, with years of legal experience in a wide variety of criminal law, heads a “boutique” firm, which means that your attorney is Roy J.Kahn, not a paralegal. If you have been charged or are about to be charged with a crime—or if you have been contacted to be a witness in a federal grand jury case, you need a qualified defense. You should consult with an attorney immediately and know that you have a right to make no statement until you have consulted with an attorney.
The first consultation is at no charge. You will be asked to bring all necessary documents to that first interview, so that Roy J. Kahn can assess your situation and advise you on how to proceed. (This can also include letting you know if you do not need an attorney’s services.) If you have been asked to be a witness at a federal grand jury trial, Roy J. Kahn will analyze your potential of personal risk and exposure and advise you on how to proceed.
Depending on the type of legal case and the potential length of a trial, the fee structure is negotiable. There is no one set fee. In all your court appearances, your attorney will be with you.