You’ve Come To The Right Place For Criminal Defense Leads
Crimes are classified as infractions, misdemeanors or felonies and have varying degrees of punishment ranging from fines, short or long-term incarceration in county jail or state prison, probation and other court-mandated programs, a criminal record, and in extreme cases, the death penalty. Millions of Americans face criminal charges every year and each is afforded the right to an attorney and a presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
Win, LLC is a lead generation agency tailored to the legal industry that helps law firms in all 50 states grow their criminal defense practice by connecting them with prospects at the moment they are seeking help — while searching online for legal information related to their arrest.
How Do We Generate Criminal Defense Leads?
Our highly targeted marketing campaigns include a mix of Search Engine Optimization, Pay-Per-Click Advertising and Search Engine Marketing. We use these techniques to drive traffic to our main criminal defense landing page which features an all-inclusive look at what to expect during the criminal process. Visitors are prompted to take advantage of a free case evaluation by filling out a form or can speak to a lawyer via live chat or can call the number provided.
Filtered Criminal Defense Leads Exclusive to You
Our specialists screen potential criminal leads according to your specifications and the counties and cities where you practice law. Each lead we deliver is exclusive to you and no other law firm which eliminates the threat of competitors capturing your business. Our pay-per-lead business model means you pay a fee for each criminal defense lead. You are in charge of how much you want to invest. There are no contracts and you can receive a prorated refund at any point in time should you no longer need leads.
To ensure you receive viable leads, we use the following filters:
- Is the accused being investigated for criminal activity? Is there a warrant for their arrest? Have they already been arrested and/or charged?
- Are they currently in police custody? Has bail been set? Have they been arraigned?
- Do they have a prior criminal history?
- What crime have they been accused of committing?