Oklahoma State Felonies
Many of the cases we try are difficult, long, and tedious state felony defense cases. A felony in Oklahoma is any crime punishable by the death penalty or by imprisonment in a state prison. Oklahoma state felony convictions may result in fines ranging from $1,000 to $25,000 or more, and prison time up to 35 years or life. Oklahoma has the second-highest number of capital punishments carried out in the nation (after Texas). Penalties depend on the severity of a crime as well as other factors, such as the convicted person’s past criminal record.
Our clients rely on our experience and dedication to get them through a difficult and arduous process of criminal defense. Our law practice is dedicated to protecting rights of people charged with federal and state felonies in Oklahoma, such as:
As skilled and dedicated defense attorneys, we fight for the best achievable outcome for every client. The path to a good result may involve persuading court authorities to try a case as a state crime rather than a federal crime, or as a state misdemeanor rather than a state felony. The facts of every case and the commitment of each client to work closely with our lawyer in their own defense help determine the most effective defense strategies.