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.
What are some Felonies in Oklahoma?
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:
- First-degree murder or manslaughter
- Robbery with a dangerous weapon
- Drug trafficking and aggravated drug trafficking
- Bribery, fraud and gambling
- Assault and battery
- Rape; possession of child pornography
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.
For Knowledgeable Counsel And Persistent Advocacy In Your Oklahoma State Felony Case, Contact Coyle Law Firm.