We Want You to Know That You Have Options
No one thinks that they will ever be charged with a crime, so when it does happen, it can cause a great deal of worry, anxiety, and panic. We strive to effectively fight for your constitutional rights. We make hiring a dependable Cleveland County criminal defense attorney easy, with affordable rates and flexible payment plans so that you don’t have to sacrifice your financial future just to uphold your rights as a citizen. You have a constitutional right to fight the charges against you so you can retain your freedom. Take back your rights by working with our knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense attorneys.
Aggressive Representation for Felony Allegations
Felonies such as homicide, rape, violent crimes, theft and burglary are the most serious kinds of criminal charges. The consequences of a felony conviction are severe, and you need a Norman criminal defense lawyer to examine the evidence in your case, challenge witness testimony and craft a sound legal strategy for you.
Finding Solutions to Misdemeanor Charges
Misdemeanors, while generally less serious than felonies, still carry harsh penalties — including jail time. These crimes include drunk driving, petty theft, assault and drug charges. In many cases, we can work with prosecutors and judges to lessen the penalties you may be facing.
Clearing Your Criminal Record Quickly
Under Oklahoma Law, certain individuals are entitled to having their criminal record expunged or sealed completely. Most often those eligible have successfully completed a deferred sentence in District Court or a continued sentence in a Municipal Court. It is even possible to have misdemeanor convictions expunged depending on certain circumstances — usually ten (10) years after the sentence was complete. These expungements can be usually be completed in 45-50 days.
A person may still be eligible for an expungement after a successful pardon. This is important for those with non-violent felony offenses who wish to have their right to own firearm reinstated. The pardon process can take around 6 months to a year to complete.
It is best to speak with an attorney about your individual history to evaluate your eligibility for an expungement. Even if you do not qualify for a full expungement, there are still options for clearing your online court records.
Our Norman, Oklahoma Criminal Defense Attorneys Serve Your Needs
- Personal service. You need a defense lawyer who answers all of your questions efficiently and thoroughly. We do just that, allowing you to make informed choices.
- Skilled representation. Our criminal attorneys have experience in several different practice areas, so we have seen the law from multiple angles. We use this experience to benefit you.
- A hard-working approach. Your life and freedom are on the line, which is why we do not rest until we find a positive resolution to your criminal case.