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Contacting Attorney Driscoll does not establish an attorney-client relationship.
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An attorney-client relationship with the Law Office or William M. Driscoll is established by a signed representation agreement and payment of the required retainer fee. Attorney Driscoll will present you with such a contract when you have decided to employ his services.
Attorney Driscoll's appellate practice is statewide and, at times, nationwide. When meetings are necessary he will typically travel to your location, or that of your trial attorney. Sometimes a telephone conference will suffice. In other situations a teleconferences via Skype or the like can be accommodated.
The reality is that appellate litigation does not require frequent meetings of court hearings. Actually, meetings and hearings are the rare exception. This is because an appeal is a review of what occurred in the lower court, not a new trial. The only "court hearing" may be oral argument, which the client is not required to attend.
To learn more, feel free to contact Attorney William Driscoll.