Assisting Clients Accused of Serious Felonies
If you’re facing felony charges, a potential conviction carries consequences that would be devastating to you and your family. When you are in this situation, it’s vital to work with the talented and aggressive criminal defense attorneys at Everett & Taylor. Our informed legal professionals apply a strong defense strategy to your case, taking particular note of your version of the events and the circumstances surrounding the criminal charges.
Are you concerned that you cannot afford a good Norman criminal defense lawyer? Worry no more. At our firm, we provide quality legal services at affordable rates, along with flexible payment plans that mean you won’t go bankrupt just because you want to defend your constitutional rights.
How Can My Norman Lawyer Help Me?
When you consult with us, we closely examine the evidence against you to determine if we can successfully defend you. We investigate whether the evidence was obtained in a legal manner and determine whether your rights were violated in the process of pressing charges. Also, if there wasn’t probable cause for your arrest, we can argue that law enforcement began its investigation on unjust terms.
Our attorneys handle all types of felony cases, including the following:
- Homicide. These are some of the most serious felony cases. If you stand accused of murder, manslaughter or negligent homicide, we aggressively defend you and collect evidence to prove your innocence.
- Theft. Whether you’re accused of grand larceny, burglary, robbery or check fraud, we can help you both in and out of the courtroom. If we cannot get the charges dismissed altogether, we work toward a reduced sentence.
- Violent and sexual crimes. These types of charges include assault and battery and weapons-related crimes. We demonstrate to the court that you are a good person who would never engage in the activities of which you stand accused.
- Probation violations. Even if your original crime was minor, a violation of probation is automatically elevated to a felony. We seek to prove that you have not violated the terms of your probation or parole.