13. Talking to a Lawyer

1. Repeat

A: What can I help you with?

B: I need to hire you.

A: What do you need me for?

B: I need you for my court date.

A: What kind of case do you have?

B: I'm being charged with a felony.

A: I can help you with that.

B: What is your price?

A: I charge $150 an hour.

B: I can't afford that.

A: That's my rate.

B: That's expensive, but I need you.

2. Repeat

A: How may I help you?

B: I would like you to be my lawyer.

A: What can I do for you?

B: I'm going on trial.

A: What is your trial about?

B: It's a felony charge.

A: I'd be glad to help.

B: How much do you charge?

A: My rate is $150 an hour.

B: That's highway robbery.

A: I don't know what to tell you.

B: Okay. You're hired.

3. Repeat

A: What can I do for you?

B: I'm in need of your services.

A: What do you need me for?

B: I have a court date coming up.

A: What are you being charged with?

B: It's the felony charge.

A: I'm willing to provide my services.

B: What's your rate?

A: I work for $150 an hour.

B: That's too high.

A: That's what I charge.

B: I'll hire you anyway.

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