Our Criminal Defense attorneys represent individuals charged with crimes in Oklahoma. Those crimes include both misdemeanor and felony charges. Whether its a first offense or part of a long list of crimes we can help. Our Tulsa County criminal lawyers handle DUI alcohol or DUI drug cases as well as assault battery or any other crimes. If you or a loved is charged with a crime, contact our office today and speak with one of our criminal defense attorneys. We work tirelessly towards getting you past your situation and on to a life without the prospect of a jail term.
Misdemeanor and Felony Charges:
Misdemeanor charges are a less serious offense. The range of sentencing is less than that of a felony. Conviction of a misdemeanor carries a prison sentence of less than one year in jail. Misdemeanor offense also carry certain fines and costs. The fines and costs depend on which crime you supposedly committed. A misdemeanor conviction leads to a mark on your criminal record. Depending on the crime, it remains on your record unless its expunged.
Felony charges are much more serious then misdemeanors. The range of sentencing is from one year to life in prison. Like a misdemeanor, you’ll also face certain fines and costs. Like the jail term, the amount of fines depend on the crime. A felony conviction will also be on your criminal record. Its much more difficult to expunge then a misdemeanor conviction. Depending on what type of conviction you face it may take up to ten years before it is available for expungement.
Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol:
Our criminal defense attorneys aggressively defend individuals charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. A DUI is either as a misdemeanor or a felony. This depends mainly if its a first or second offense. We provide legal representation to the following drunk driving related criminal offenses:
DUI Under the Influence of Alcohol
Driving While Impaired
APC Actual Physical Control of a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated
Drug Possession and Distribution:
There are several elements that the prosecution must prove in order for someone to be convicted of drug possession and or distribution charge. Our attorneys can gather evidence to assert a defense on your behalf to have the charges against you, or your loved one, reduced or dismissed.
Depending on the evidence we’ll either take the case to trial or negotiate a plea bargain. In both situations we have what it takes to see your case through to the end. If your case involves a plea bargain we have the experience dealing with the prosecutors you need on your side. We’ve represented clients in cases that have ended in not guilty at trial on to dismissals of all charges. Contact us for more information and to get a free consultation.
Theft Crimes in Oklahoma:
There are varying degrees of theft crimes that prosecutors can charge you with. If you or a loved one has been charged with burglary, robbery, petty larceny, grand larceny, or the possession of stolen property, you should contact our criminal defense attorneys for a case evaluation. We are here to help you prepare a thorough legal defense to help get the charges against your dismissed.
White Collar Crimes in Oklahoma:
White collar crimes refer to non-violent criminal offenses committed by business professionals. Embezzlement, theft, and fraud are common examples of some of the white collar crimes that occur in Oklahoma. Our attorneys defend individuals charged with the following types of white collar crimes:
- Bank Fraud
- Computer Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Insider Trading
- Money Laundering
- Securities Fraud
- Tax Evasion
- Ponzi Schemes
Assault and Battery In Oklahoma:
In Oklahoma, assault and battery may be two separate crimes or together. Additionally, the crime of assault and battery can be aggravated if the attack results in great bodily injury to the victim. The crime also enhances if against an elderly, disabled, or incapacitated person. A court in Oklahoma can impose a wide range of sentencing, penalties, and fines for any type of assault and battery conviction.
Firearms and Gun Related Crimes in Oklahoma:
In Oklahoma, a person convicted of a felony or misdemeanor firearm charge may be subject to a varying degree of sentencing and penalties. The charge depends on the type of crime committed while in possession of the weapon. It also may be impacted by the location in which the crime was committed:
Regardless of the crime(s) you or a loved one has been charged with, contact our attorneys for legal advice. We have successfully defended Tulsa residents charged with crimes by asserting the following types of defenses (but not limited to) when applicable:
- Actual innocence
- Self defense
- Lack of reasonable suspicion
- Lack of probable cause
- Mistake of law
- Mistake of identity
- Impossibility defense
- Insanity defense
Get a Free Consultation with a Tulsa County lawyer:
If you’ve been charged with a crime in Oklahoma get the legal advantage you need. When the State of Oklahoma threatens you with jail we will meet that challenge. The State will also employ some oppressive means to convict you. With this in mind our attorneys are here to help you fight back. Call today for a free consultation with a criminal defense attorney.