Oklahoma Criminal Law Topics
Oklahoma Criminal Law FAQs
Common questions and answers regarding Oklahoma criminal law.
Oklahoma Traffic and DUI
Even the best drivers sometimes make mistakes on the road. Responsibility behind the wheel is a small price to pay for the privilege of driving, but occasionally everyone loses focus or inadvertently ignores a traffic law.
Oklahoma Drug Offenses
Illegal drug use is a reality throughout modern America, and Oklahoma is no exception. Poverty, emotional insecurity, and/or innocent curiosity have often caused many people to experiment with substances to alleviate the pain of everyday life or to attain a pleasurable “high”.
Oklahoma White Collar Crimes/ Fraud
Many people in 21st century America commit so-called “white collar” crimes without even being aware of it. White collar crimes are crimes of deception and theft committed by intelligent, professional people that rarely cause physical harm to others.
Oklahoma Sex Offenses
Because sexual crimes are responsible for so much passion, they are often unclear or misunderstood, and many innocent people are forced to defend themselves against allegations of heinous misdoings.
Oklahoma Violent Offenses
Many innocent people have found themselves on the wrong side of the law for only claiming the basic American right of self defense. In many other cases, the violence of modern society spills over into the family, and spouses, children, and parents turn on one another in a downward spiral of violence and abuse.
Oklahoma Juvenile Crimes
Peer pressure, anger, drugs, and anxiety can overwhelm even the strongest and best-adjusted child, often with devastating consequences.
Oklahoma Domestic Crimes
Shifting gender identities, unclear boundaries, and family conflicts can often result in unintended and unfortunate physical confrontations. When a violent crime occurs within a family, no member escapes unscathed.
Taking a human life is quite possibly the gravest of any crime. Those wrongfully accused of homicide face severe penalties and lengthy prison sentences in addition to the emotional trauma of cause the death of another person.
Oklahoma Felony & Misdemeanor
If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, it is imperative that you contact a lawyer without delay. Every day that passes without legal counsel is one fewer day that you have to assemble an adequate defense.