We made the decision early on to rely on an office cellphone instead of a landline. While this makes some things trickier (there’s no staff admin to, for instance, sort calls and forward your call to a relevant attorney), it also means that (1) when you call, it’s an attorney that answers and (2) the office phone comes home with us on nights and weekends.
If you’re arrested late at night and need a defense attorney to tell you not to answer questions during police interrogation, it seems practically impossible to get ahold of anyone. We’ve got the phone on us for this sort of emergency. Unless you’ve got an emergency — like you or someone you care about has just been arrested and are facing police interrogation — please keep calls to daytime hours.