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Attract More Qualified Felony and Misdemeanor Defendants

It’s easy with LawLytics.

 

Get a powerful criminal defense attorney website.

Get a high-performance criminal defense website. LawLytics powers criminal defense law firm websites that thrive even in the most challenging markets. We’ll help you go from brand new to well established — or from established to dominant — without taking risks or overspending on marketing.

Easily edit your own criminal defense website.

The LawLytics platform makes it easy to build and maintain a criminal defense website that causes local felony and misdemeanor clients to find and hire your law firm. It’s easy to learn and requires no previous technology or marketing experience.

Support from legal marketing experts.

You’ll receive professional, criminal defense-specific support from our US-based team which spends 100% of its time helping lawyers. We’ll be here when you need us, so you can be as independent or as supported as you choose as you grow your criminal law practice.

Get a strategic advantage.

You’ll be guided by a team that has a reliable track record for helping lawyers have successful criminal law practices using the internet. You’ll get unlimited strategic guidance so you can chose which clients you want to work with, grow your revenue, spend significantly less money, and get better results.

Attract more aligned and more affluent clients.

Criminal defense lawyers thrive when they capture local searches efficiently. LawLytics will help you understand the best strategies for your market and provide you with all of the tools and support you need to grow in any local market you choose.

The best criminal defense clients are smart, affluent, and can afford your fees. LawLytics makes it easy for criminal defense lawyers to attract their attention and business cost-effectively. With LawLytics, you’ll spend less acquiring clients who can afford to retain you.

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