I do offer fixed-price services. People facing criminal proceedings who don't have enough money to hire a lawyer are entitled to court-appointed counsel. Very wealthy people and corporations can hire a team of lawyers when faced with criminal charges. I believe that the deck is stacked against the folks in the middle. Lots of ordinary working people make too much money to get a court-appointed lawyer, and people who have a lot of money can hire a big-name firm. I'll do my best to make my services affordable, or, alternatively, maybe I can help you explain to the judge why you can't afford to retain a lawyer and are entitled to the services of court-appointed counsel.
Hourly fees are negotiable, depending on what I perceive to be the client's circumstances and the equities of the case. Money isn't the driving force in my life anymore; but I can't work for free either. When I do civil work, it's generally for an hourly fee.
I offer a free initial consultation. Generally, I try to extend enough time to understand the scope of the case and make an initial assessment of the work that needs to be done -- but I don't have unlimited amounts of time, and sometimes I can't offer a consultation and must refuse work simply because I'm too busy.