Oklahoma Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys

  1. Altus
    1. Hall, Rafe: AVAILABLE SERVICES Family Law Divorce Custody Adoptions Criminal Law DUI Personal Injury Automobile Accidents Wills & Estates Probate Real Estate Workers Compensation
    2. Haynie, Tim: Criminal Defense Drug Possession and Distribution Theft Crimes Violent Crimes Domestic Abuse Felony DUI and DWI Juvenile Crimes Misdemeanors Parole Hearings and Probation Violations Sex Offenses Internet Crimes White Collar Crimes Sentencing and Victims' Rights Cases
    3. McMahan, Robert: Assault and battery Domestic violence Drug charges DUIs Theft and many more
    4. Beason Law Firm: Civil and Criminal Trial Work
  2. Ardmore
    1. Worthen, Robert: Divorce and Paternity Custody and Visitation Child Support Guardianships Criminal charges Expungments Probate Adoptions Personal Injury claims Civil cases
  3. Bartlesville
    1. Hubler & Reynolds: for people facing felony and misdemeanor charges from DWI and drug crimes to burglary, robbery and weapons offenses.
    2. Colson, Remona: Have a strong defense Mistakes and accidents happen. Sometimes you find yourself in the wrong place at the wrong time. No matter what has happened, you still have rights. Know what those are and contact Remona K. Colson right away. By Calling Remona K. Colson you're ensure that you will receive stalwart support for all your legal needs. Your matter will be handled with integrity and dedication, because she’ll take the time to build a complete defense. You can meet with Remona over the phone, at her office, or have her come to you. No matter what, Remona will help you get the support you need. • Misdemeanors • Traffic violations • Felonies • Litigation experience
    3. Pembleton law Office: Murder Rape Lewd Molestation Child Abuse Sexual By Injury Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Drug Possession, Distribution, and Trafficking Domestic Abuse Assault with Deadly/Dangerous Weapon
    4. Sanders, Krisit: Practice Areas: Divorce Child Custody Child Support / Paternity Criminal Defense DUI Felony Charges Misdemeanor Charges
    5. Peter J. Knowles: When you’ve been arrested for a DUI in Oklahoma, there’s no time to wait because this type of offense has immediate consequences before you get “your day in court.” A Bartlesville DUI defense attorney can help to reduce the impact of the arrest for drunken driving for now and in the future. A delay could mean you lose your license for an extended period of time. That could mean a big problem for you both personally and financially. An aggressive DUI defense lawyer working for you can improve your chance of easing the effects of the arrest. How a Bartlesville Defense Attorney Can Help The state of Oklahoma immediately suspends the licenses of drivers who are arrested for DUI and fail or refuse a breath alcohol test. However, the immediate suspension is only temporary. A Bartlesville DUI defense attorney can ask the court for a modified suspension. What does that mean for you? It means under certain conditions you could be able to drive once again, even if only on a limited basis such as going to work and with an ignition interlock device. When a person is arrested for DUI in Oklahoma, a 15-day deadline starts as soon as they are arrested. You need to act quickly — before the deadline lapses — if you hope to preserve your driving privileges. That’s when you need to contact a Bartlesville DUI defense attorney. After that 15-day deadline is up, you may no longer be eligible to appeal the suspension before a judge. You could lose your license for six months, for a year or more. A Bartlesville defense attorney can advise you about the best strategy for assuring you have a way to continue driving to work and for family activities. Serious Consequences The repercussions from an Oklahoma DUI arrest can ripple through your life now and for many years into the future. Under Oklahoma law, a first time DUI conviction could result in jail time for up to one year. If there was a child under the age of 18 years of age, it may mean four years behind bars. If you’ve been caught twice the court could sentence you to five years in prison, along with significant fines and court costs. Another reason you need a knowledgeable Bartlesville DUI attorney is because it could affect your ability to keep or find a job. Beyond damaging employment opportunities, a felony DUI conviction will ruin your chances at voting or running for public office. A DUI arrest is a wake-up call telling you to refocus your priorities, your best course of action is to seek the knowledgeable advise of an experienced Oklahoma DUI lawyer.
    6. Standing Bear Law Firm: Auto Accident Civil Litigation Class Action Suits and Defense Criminal Defense Divorce DUI/DWI Family Law Harassment Medical Malpractice Personal Injury Probate Products Liability Federal Practice Indian Law Trial PracticeJ
  4. Bethany
    1. Anderson, Clyde: * Asset Protection * Auto Accident * Bail Bond Reduction * Civil Litigation * Evictions * Consumer Advocacy and Protection * Commercial Debt Collection/FDCPA Law * Contracts * Child Custody * Child Support * Criminal Defense including: Misdemeanors, Municipal Charges, Felony Charges * Divorce * DUI/DWI * Family Law * Harassment * Landlord Tenant DisputesMediation * Legal Suits and Defense * Paternity * Personal Injury * Plea Bargains
  5. Blanchard
    1. Melot, John: Criminal criminal lawyer OklahomaWhen facing criminal charges, it's imperative that you obtain legal counsel of a professional attorney as soon as possible. Criminal charges can easily result in penalties upon conviction, as with any criminal case the prosecution will pursue you aggressively to file charges. A highly trained Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyer will help you protect your rights, and aggressively defend you at each stage of your case. Your rights and future depend on a solid attorney that is ready to defend you.
    2. Melot Law Office: Assault and Battery Burglary Domestic Violence Drug Crimes DUI Federal Crimes Felonies Fraud Misdemeanors Murder Manslaughter Probation Violations Retail Theft / Shoplifting Robbery Sex Crimes Theft Crimes Traffic Violations Weapons Charges White Color Crimes
  6. Broken Arrow
    1. Mize, Ann: DUI’s, DWI’s, theft Burglary Traffic violations Assault / battery Embezzlement Drug charges Traffic tickets Domestic violence All misdemeanors and felonies
    2. Glen R. Graham: Requesting a timely hearing on your driver’s license within 15 days of the date of your arrest is critical for you to prevent the suspension of your driver’s license. This right is waived if not requested within 15 days of the date of your arrest. By making a timely request you will obtain a temporary driver’s license for about 6 months to a year while awaiting the hearing on your driver’s license. If you wait more than 15 days then the only way to obtain a temporary driver’s license, if you qualify, is to pay a fee to the department of public safety and to have installed in your motor vehicle a interlock device which costs about $80 dollars per month for six months to sometimes many years depending upon the facts of your case (if you qualify).
    3. Saint & Watzke: First Time DUI in Oklahoma HAVE OUR BROKEN ARROW DUI ATTORNEY FIGHT FOR YOU Getting arrested for a DUI can be a frightening and overwhelming experience, especially if it’s your first time. Along with facing administrative and criminal penalties, your DUI will be permanently recorded on your criminal record and your car insurance rates will increase. A background check by a potential employer will reveal of your history of driving under the influence, making it difficult to attain employment. If you have been arrested for a first time DUI, our Broken Arrow criminal defense lawyers are capable of protecting your rights and your reputation by providing you with solid legal representation. FIRST TIME DUI PENALTIES If you have been arrested for a first time DUI, administrative penalties include a 30 day license suspension, which you may contest at an administrative hearing. If you refused to take a BAC test upon your arrest, than you may face license revocation for six months. Criminal charges for a first time DUI include a jail sentence between ten days and one year, along with a maximum fine of $1,000. If you were involved in a serious auto accident upon your arrest or charged with additional offenses, such as child endangerment, you may face felony punishment.
    4. Dennis Sagely: Answering a criminal charge is not something anyone wants to do. However, if you are charged with a crime, you must answer it with the advice and representation of an attorney that understands criminal law.
  7. Claremore
    1. Gordon & Gordon: Alcohol Crimes Drunk driving charge Drunk & disorderly behavior Public intoxication
    2. Haynes, Gene: Rogers County DUI Lawyer In the legal realm, a drunk driving charge is also known as a DUI. This is an abbreviation for "driving under the influence" and usually involves the consumption of alcohol beyond the legal limit for operation of a vehicle. It does not take much to get your blood alcohol content (BAC) level above the legal limit for Oklahoma (.06). Criminal case: Protection in misdemeanor and felony DUI cases require a full investigation of the methods that law enforcement used to justify pulling you over, collecting evidence (i.e., Breathalyzer tests and field sobriety tests). As your lawyer, Gene Haynes will develop a case that protects your rights, minimizes your sentences and fines, and helps you move beyond this situation with confidence. Administrative case: When you are arrested for a DUI, you only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing and protect your driving privileges. Hesitation in this area can result in an automatic suspension of your driver's license, and the suspension is put in place by the Department of Public Safety, rather than by formal prosecution efforts in criminal law.
    3. Higgins Law: DUI Drug possession Sexual offenses Murder Rapes
    4. Wirth, James: Consequences of a DUI conviction can be a great burden on the accused. A conviction for driving under the influence in Oklahoma can result in driver’s license suspension, substantial increases in your car insurance rates, employment repercussions, hefty fines, imprisonment, and more. Furthermore, the conviction will stay on your record and may come back to haunt you years after the arrest takes place. Therefore, it is imperative that you seek the advice of a knowledgeable criminal attorney when your facing a DUI charge.
    5. Price, Robert: Domestic Relations (Divorce/Motion to Modify) Criminal (Felony/Misdemeanor) Adoption Guardianship
    6. Clifford, Douglas: Domestic Relations Criminal Adoption
  8. Collinsville
  9. Durant
    1. Mickel Law Firm: - Criminal and traffic law - General civil and trial practice - Estate planning and probate - Real estate law - Auto accidents - Wrongful death and negligence
    2. Haggerty Law Office: Civil and criminal appeals, estate planning, divorce, custody, civil litigation, criminal defense, and more.
    3. Nix, John: Being arrested for drunk driving is a frightening experience. Not only do drunk driving offenders face the potential of losing their license, but those convicted of DWI will face severe penalties such as: a criminal record, fines and fees, higher insurance and even incarceration depending on the nature of the offense. As you contemplate the repercussions of a DWI conviction, it is of utmost importance that you contact a Texas drunk driver accident lawyer to learn what your rights are and make sure they are protected throughout all of your legal proceedings. According to Texas state law, a person is considered intoxicated if they have a BAC of 0.08 or higher or if they are mentally or physically impaired due to the consumption of alcohol or the use of a controlled substance, illegal drug or combination thereof. Conviction can result in anything from a Class B Misdemeanor to a third degree felony depending on prior DWI convictions and any harm you may have caused to others for reckless driving. A DWI lawyer should be able to help you better understand the specific consequences you face based on the facts of your case. If you are pulled over for drunk driving, Texas law does not require you to take a field sobriety test. Field sobriety tests are poor tools to evaluate a person's sobriety as many individuals have a hard time passing these skills tests when they have had no alcohol. If an officer asks you to perform a field sobriety test, you may inform the officer that you would gladly cooperate with anything that you are required to do, at which point the officer must inform you that field sobriety tests are voluntary. In addition to declining to take a field sobriety test, you should never take a roadside breath test. Roadside breath tests are unreliable and provide inaccurate results that may be used against you in court. While those who refuse a breath test face an automatic license suspension, you have 15 days from the date of your arrest to protect your license by requesting an Administrative License Revocation hearing. If you do not request this hearing within 15 days of your arrest, you will lose your license. While it may sound risky to refuse a breath test, realize that it will be much more difficult to convict you of DWI without any sort of physical proof that you were intoxicated.
    4. Speed Law Firm: 18 Wheeler Wrecks Drunk Driving Wrecks Car Wrecks Wrongful Death Cases Personal Injury and accidents Slip and Fall Premises Liability Civil Law Trial Practice Medical Malpractice Law Family Law DUI, DWI, BWI, OUI, OWI / Traffic Violations Criminal Law
  10. Edmond
    1. Dishman Military Advocates: Looking for a military lawyer for your DUI case? An arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs can have a devastating effect on your career in the military, as well as exposing you to harsh punishments. It is a criminal offense under the laws of the state where you are stationed, as well as being prohibited by Article 111 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Depending on the circumstances, you can be prosecuted by the state or by the military, and the penalties in either case can be severe. You need to secure the representation of a seasoned military criminal defense attorney to fight a conviction in your case.
    2. Atkins & Markoff : Was your breath test machine properly calibrated? Could there have been another reason (other than intoxication) that you failed your field sobriety test? If you were administered a breath test, did the officer instruct you to “keep blowing” until your test was complete?
    3. Phillips & Associates : represented clients charged with DUI, traffic crimes, and alcohol-related offenses
    4. Adam R. Banner: DUI Laws in Oklahoma In Oklahoma, if a person drinks alcohol and then drives a motor vehicle, he or she will run the risk of criminal liability under four different statutes. Each statute has its own nuances, and often times individuals find themselves wrongfully categorized; it takes an experienced Oklahoma criminal defense DUI attorney to realize the differences between each crime and force the prosecution to prove guilt. Below is a quick glance at the five most common “drunk driving” laws in Oklahoma:
    5. Kozeny & McCubbin: cases ranging from traffic tickets, DWI’s and drug offenses, up through complex felonies, such as drug trafficking and murder
    6. McArdle Law Office: Taking all DUI and drug cases - If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony in such a case, we're here for your legal needs.
    7. Chris Reser: Criminal Law White Collar Crimes Theft Crimes Sex Crimes Murder Child Abuse & Neglect Appeals Expungement Juvenile Crimes DUI Defense Municipal and State Court Department of Public Safety
    8. Hart, Allison: Family law Divorce Probate law Guardianships Adoptions Wills and trusts Personal injury Criminal law Child support Child custody Paternity DUI / DW
    9. Heaton Law Firm: * Challenge the evidence against you — such as the reason for your traffic stop, or problems with alcohol testing procedures and results — in order to build the best possible case for acquittal * Pursue negotiations with the prosecutor in a focused effort to help you avoid jail time, protect your criminal record, or achieve other goals even if the evidence against you is strong Protecting Your Rights and Future is Our Top Priority Even if you have never been in any trouble with the law before, DUI is a serious charge. A "basic" first offense is a misdemeanor, but the penalties include driver's license suspension, a significant fine, and the possibility of time in jail. Attempting to defend yourself or plead guilty on your own is a major risk. If you have previously been convicted of DUI or if you are facing a felony charge, you should definitely talk to a lawyer.
    10. Rita Jencks: If you have been accused of a crime, you need an attorney who will passionately defend your rights.
  11. Elk City
    1. Albert & Albert: Elk City DUI Defense Lawyers It is important to understand the ramifications of a charge of driving under the influence (DUI). The loss of driving privileges, expensive fines and even jail time are all possible outcomes. In addition, you could be left suffering from the effects of your conviction for years in the form of expensive auto insurance rates and your arrest showing up on background checks
    2. Jacobsma, Dan: DUI, DWI, drunk driving, driving while under influence Family law, divorce, adoptions Criminal law, drug trafficking, alcohol, drugs, jail, crime Personal injury, accidents Forfeitures Probate, estate planning
    3. DeLeon, DJ: driving under the influence, domestic abuse, drug and sex crimes
    4. Sorelle, Alicia: • Drug Trafficking • DUI/DWI • Drug Possession/Distribution • • Forfeitures • Domestic Abuse • Assault & Battery • • Felonies and Misdemeanors •
  12. El Reno
    1. Handly Law Center: While everyone knows what a DUI is, not everyone fully understands the consequences if convicted of drunk driving. Possible consequences include: Fines Driver's license suspension Possible jail time Possible installation of a breath alcohol ignition interlock device
  13. Enid
    1. Riffle Law Firm: Criminal DUIs Felonies Misdemeanors Tax Fraud
    2. Faulk Law Firm: DUI is a very serious crime in Oklahoma. Your first DUI can land you in jail for up to a year, you can lose your license, and you might have to pay fines, court costs, and probation fees. A second or third DUI might mean a felony, more fines, potential prison time, and the suspension of your license for a longer period of time. Don’t let how long ago your last DUI was fool you. Oklahoma has a lookback period of ten years. So, even if you have nine years between DUIs, you could be looking at harsh punishment. If you’re under the age of 21, then you should know that Oklahoma is a zero tolerance state. It doesn’t matter if you are under the legal limit – you will still be charged with a DUI if you have had ANY alcohol at all. For individuals who are of legal drinking age, the legal limit is .08% Blood Alcohol Content (BAC). If you have a .15% BAC, you can be charged with an aggravated DUI. Although your first offense is still usually a misdemeanor, the range of potential punishment increases and the length of time you may be required to have an interlock device (breathalyzer) in your car could be substantially longer.
    3. Ewbank, Hennigh & McVay: If you have been accused of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Impaired (DWI), or if you are a minor who has been found in possession, you could face criminal charges. These criminal charges could lead to jail time, large fines, driver’s license suspension, and even the placement of an interlock device on your vehicle. These consequences are serious and can impact your daily routine, your ability to get a job, and your likelihood of passing a background check.
    4. Josh Davis: DUI/DWI/APC charges can have long lasting effects on your driving privileges as well as future employment. Drug possession charges are serious.
    5. Wyant Law Firm: If you have been arrested in the Enid area, charged in Garfield County or are being investigated for a serious criminal offense, including driving under the influence (DUI), drug charges, violent or white-collar crimes, it is imperative you pursue trustworthy legal guidance.
    6. Henneke, David: If you or your loved one is facing drunk driving charges, chances are you are in jail or out on bail.
    7. Jones, Otgen & Davis: any type of criminal defense
    8. Hall, Tina: Bankruptcy DUI, DWI Personal injury Social security Probate, wills, trusts Disability Workers comp. DUI ( traffic )
    9. Stephen Jones: In any legal situation involving even the possibility of criminal charges, you need a criminal attorney you can trust to know the system and to provide the bet possible guidance and representation.
  14. Hobart
    1. Talley & Talley: * Real Estate * Estate Planning * Criminal Defense * Personal Injury
  15. Jamestown
    1. Mendros & Stout: all State felonies and misdemeanors: Homicide (including Death Penalty); Juvenile; DUI/APC/Public Intoxication; Possession of CDS, Possession with Intent and Trafficking CDS; Racketeering (RICO); Theft Crimes; Assault & Battery; Revocations; Expungements (all types); Appeal
  16. Lawton
    1. Michael Corrales: Every day people are arrested for drunk driving after having only a few drinks. This can result in long-term negative consequences including jail, a criminal record, and the loss of driving privileges for an extended period of time. Beyond the legal penalties, a conviction for DUI / DWI / APC can carry various other consequences, such as loss of (or higher prices for) auto and life insurance, restricted travel to foreign countries, and even the loss of a job or professional license. Freedom, finances and the future are all at risk.
    2. Rochelle & Associates: When you're accused of a crime, no matter how minor, it is a very serious matter. Even simple misdemeanors require legal representation you can trust.
    3. Eddie Valdez: Criminal Defense In Criminal Law, there are two different types of cases: civil and criminal. Civil cases are disputes between people regarding the legal duties and responsibilities they owe each other. Whereas, criminal cases are ones where prosecutors bring about charges for the violation of criminal statutes. The most common types of criminal cases are felonies and misdemeanors. A felony involves serious misconduct that is punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or even death. Felonies are typically divided into different classes with varying degrees of punishment. A crime that does not amount to a felony is called a misdemeanor. A misdemeanor is misconduct for which the law prescribes punishment of no more than one year in prison.
    4. Lisa Graham Patel: Being convicted of a DUI carries serious ramifications that can affect your life for decades to come. L
    5. Stein, Taylor: Theft DUI 21 Ways to Fight a DUI: DUI DUI Information DUI Civil and Criminal Hearings Challenging a Blood Alcohol Test Alcohol Rehabilitation Financial Crimes Felonies & Serious Crimes DMV Representation BAC & Testing Traffic Law Drug Charges Domestic Violence Criminal Defense Assault & Battery
    6. Lowe Law Firm: Arson Assault and Battery Bogus Checks Burglary Child Abuse Child Neglect Domestic Violence Drug Charges Drug Possession Drunk Driving Embezzlement Expungement Extortion Felony Fraud Homicide Juveniles Larceny Misdemeanor Sex Crimes Theft
    7. Basora-Walker, Anna: Being charged with a crime can be a frightening and intimidating experience. When your life and liberty are on the line, you need an attorney to stand between you and the government and fight for your rights.
  17. Midwest City
    1. Crosthwatt Law Firm: CRIMINAL RECORD EXPUNGEMENT An expungement is a legal proceeding that can seal a person’s criminal records from public views. The easiest way to qualify for an expungement in Oklahoma is for you to have not been charged following your arrest or if you received an acquittal at trial. However, it is also possible to expunge a criminal record even if you were convicted of the crime(s) charged or if you received a deferred or suspended sentence.
    2. Rice Law Firm: Criminal Law / Family / Divorce / Personal Injury / Civil Rights
    3. Daniel Bays: Chances are if you have been arrested for DUI, you are about to make one of two mistakes.  The first mistake is to go out and pay some lawyer $5000.00 to handle your misdemeanor DUI becasue he or she is a "big time" DUI lawyer who handles only those types of cases.  The second mistake you will make is to go hire your cousin Vinny and pay him $300.00 to take the case.  Don't do either of these two things.   A good DUI lawyer will attend seminars on the subject and stay current on changes in DUI law.  A good DUI lawyer will have a good reputation in the county where he practices.  A good DUI lawyer will know how to defend a DUI by attacking the probable causes for the traffic stop.  A good DUI lawyer will attack the manner and method of the Standard Field Sobriety Tests.  A good DUI lawyer will request an administrative hearing with The Department of Public safety to fight for your driving privileges.  A good DUI lawyer will not plea your case out on the first setting.  A good DUI lawyer will also challenge the breath/blood test results by attacking the validity of the process or the reliability of the machine.   Aside from those things, your lawyer should be professional, return your calls, explain the process to you and be available to answer any questions you may have.   Your cousin Vinny is not going to fight very hard for you and if you hire Mr. Big shot, your case will certainly get passed on to a baby lawyer in the firm.
  18. McAlester
    1. Stripe Law: Handling complicated DUI cases If you are charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in the state of Oklahoma, you may face criminal and/or civil penalties. A criminal charge is generally based on your blood alcohol content (BAC). Under state law, a BAC of .08 percent or higher is over the legal limit and can result in a DUI charge. The potential penalties include: First offense – Up to one year in jail and/or fines up to $1,000 Second offense within 10 years of the first – Up to five years in jail and/or fines up to $2,500 Third and subsequent offenses – Up to 10 years in jail and/or fines up to $5,000 A BAC between .05% and .08% can result in a potential penalty of up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $500. In addition to the criminal penalties, DUI charges can also result in the suspension or revocation of your license, which may last from six months to up to three years. The costs of a DUI are high. Don’t try to fight these charges without an experienced McAlester DUI attorney from our firm on your side.
    2. Gotcher Beaver: Tax evasion Bank robbery Counterfeiting Organized crime Money laundering Interstate drug trafficking Kidnapping across state lines Using U.S. mail for any criminal purpose Fraud — health care, mortgage, securities and tax Most crimes committed on military bases (including DUI) Internet child pornography (violates both federal and state law)
    3. Edwards & Patterson: Drunk driving (DUI): In Oklahoma, the penalties for a first-time conviction of driving under the influence (DUI) could result in jail time, large fines and the suspension of your driver’s license. Subsequent convictions yield even greater penalties.
    4. Wagner & Lynch: A DUI conviction has many consequences; it can result in substantial fines and court costs, a sentence up to a year in the county jail, and can be used as a predicate to a felony. Keep in mind that just because an officer pulls you over and claims that he feels you are under the influence of alcohol does not mean you are guilty of DUI. It is still the burden of the State to prove that you were driving a vehicle on a public road, that the officer had reasonable suspicion to stop your vehicle, and that you were “legally” under the influence of alcohol/drugs. We believe that every case should be examined and scrutinized from the moment that an officer turned on his lights to pull you over to how the breath or blood sample was taken. In many counties the District Attorney will offer you some “probation” at your first appearance. THIS IS NOT IN YOUR BEST INTEREST. A DUI conviction will result in your license being suspended, and if you have a CDL, it may be permanent. Furthermore, a misdemeanor DUI conviction is a predicate to a felony. This means that if you are charged again with a DUI, you can be charged with a “felony.”
    5. Konsure Law Firm: You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
  19. Muskogee
  20. Moore
    1. Glover, Aaron: DUI and License Representation
  21. Newcastle
    1. Branum Law Office: Like many areas of life, the best way to hear a jury say "not guilty" is for a defendant and his/her attorney to prepare, prepare, prepare. For those cases that cannot be won, the best way to get a light sentence is to prepare, prepare, prepare.
  22. Newkirk
    1. Stevenson Law Firm: Intoxication related driving offenses in Oklahoma can yield different charges including driving under the influence (DUI), driving while impaired (DWI) and actual physical control (APC). These are some of the most commonly charged traffic offenses in the state.
    2. Salisbury, Thomas: If you have been accused of a crime, you are facing a legal battle that will forever change the course of your life. You are up against a prosecution team backed by the resources of the government with a single purpose -- to get a conviction. Without an experienced criminal defense lawyer fighting for you, you are in an unfair fight. You should act fast and act decisively. Don't wait to take action -- it may save your life! We all know that you are supposed to be "presumed innocent until proven guilty." Unfortunately, the reality is that our criminal justice system puts the accused at a serious disadvantage. Juries are often inclined to presume guilt, and prosecutors have the benefit of your tax dollars to build and present a strong case against you. In fact, the prosecution's case has started before you even have an opportunity to start your defense.
  23. Norman
  24. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City
  25. Owasso
    1. Baysinger Henson Reimer Shaddix: If you face criminal charges in Oklahoma, you want to stay out of jail and keep your record clean. Even if you are convicted, an effective criminal defense lawyer can help you minimize the damage to your life and your future.
  26. Pawhuska
    1. Shoemake Law: Osage Indian Litigation General Civil and Trial Practice Personal Injury Products Liability Wrongful Termination Worker’s Compensation Probate Domestic Relations (including dissolution of marriage, child custody, child support, and post-dissolution matters) Criminal Defense
    2. Briggs, John: Criminal Defense Felonies and misdemeanors, including: -DUI -Driver's license suspension -Drug possession, distribution -Violent crimes -Juvenile
    3. Venturi, Steven: elonies -- weapons offenses, sexual offenses, assault & battery, stolen car theft defense Child support and custody Misdemeanors -- DUI / DWI / DUS, traffic tickets, bond reductions Juvenile charges Murder charges Divorce and family law Protective orders and protective order violations Probation violations Possession and drug offenses Guardianship
  27. Piedmont
    1. Pruett Law Firm: Intoxicated is defined in two ways: First, a person is intoxicated when he drives and, when, through the use of an alcoholic beverage, drug, controlled substance, or any combination thereof, has lost the normal use of their faculties and is impaired to the slightest degree. Second, a person is intoxicated when he drives and has an alcohol concentration of .10 or more in his body. If the alcohol concentration is above .18, there are enhanced or aggravated penalties.
  28. Ponca City
    1. Salisbury, Thomas: If you have been accused of a crime, you are facing a legal battle that will forever change the course of your life. You are up against a prosecution team backed by the resources of the government with a single purpose -- to get a conviction. Without an experienced criminal defense lawyer fighting for you, you are in an unfair fight. You should act fast and act decisively. Don't wait to take action -- it may save your life! We all know that you are supposed to be "presumed innocent until proven guilty." Unfortunately, the reality is that our criminal justice system puts the accused at a serious disadvantage. Juries are often inclined to presume guilt, and prosecutors have the benefit of your tax dollars to build and present a strong case against you. In fact, the prosecution's case has started before you even have an opportunity to start your defense.
    2. Burlie & Terrell: Family Law Real Estate Law Wills, Trusts & Probate Criminal Law All Criminal Charges, including: Assault & Battery Bogus Check Bond Reductions DUI/DWI Domestic Violence Drug Charges Drivers License Revocation Embezzlement Theft-Burglary Juvenile Law Personal Injury Law No Recovery - No Fee on Personal Injury FREE CONSULTATION Auto, Truck, Motorcycle, Pedestrian Accidents Insurance Bad Faith Whiplash Neck & Back Injuries Negligence
  29. Pryor
    1. Ritchie Law Firm: A person charged with a crime faces a very serious challenge. Most misdemeanors and felonies carry the real possibility that a person could serve jail time. It is important that the person being investigated or being charged with a crime obtain counsel so they can be aware of their rights and not accidentally waive their rights. Criminal defense attorneys can assist people with regards to pre-arrest questioning, arraignments and other court appearances. Criminal laws are extremely complex and it is imperative that person charged with a crime obtains the services of a criminal defense lawyer that can advise them of their rights. In all criminal cases, the law enforcement authority conducting the investigation has specific constitutionally derived rules which they must abide by. In the event that the law enforcement authority does not operate within the confines of these rules, the Court may order specific evidence obtained to be suppressed. It is important to retain a criminal defense attorney that is knowledgeable about the rules surrounding investigations, interrogations, lineups, etc. to ensure that your rights, or the rights of someone you care about, are protected. This may help in negotiating a plea deal or in securing an acquittal at a trial. Many people do not understand how seemingly small decisions can make major differences in their lives. Those convicted of criminal activity may face difficulties in obtaining future employment, being successful in custody battles, owning firearms and voting among other restrictions. Nothing in this website should be used as an evaluation of the charges against you or a loved one. In all cases, explain the facts of your case to a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney for advice with your particular matter.
  30. Sapulpa
    1. Wallace, Creekmore: Criminal Law
  31. Seminole
    1. Robinson, Peary: Business & Corporate Law Corporation, LLC, and Parnership Formations Contracts Criminal Law DUI Defense Expungements Misdemeanor Employment & Labor Law Employment Discrimination Estate Planning & Probate Probate Trusts Wills Wrongful Death & Survivor Claims Family Law Adoptions Child Custody & Support Divorce Domestic Violence Guardianship Name Changes Protective Orders Indian Law Comprehensive Representation in All Matters Social Security Disability Claims & Appeals
  32. Shawnee
    1. Grubb, Alan: DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE - DRUGS OR ALCOHOL DWI/DUI’s are a criminal charge and like all criminal charges the circumstances surrounding the charge and previous criminal history are relevant factors in assessing the cost of representation the above quoted price is for a first time misdemeanor with a single count DWI/DUI.
    2. Butler, Robert: All Major Felonies - Trial Misdemeanors - Traffic - City or State Homicides Drug Cases DUI (DL Hearings) Theft Gun Charges Domestic Violence Sex Crimes (Handled Privately) Computer Crimes Probation Violations
  33. Stillwater
    1. Murray, James: DUI? You Must Act Immediately! Once you receive a DUI you have only 15 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing. This is an excellent time to gather information and facts about your arrest and your testing. If you fail to contact an attorney within 15 days then you lose your right for hearing with the Department of Public Safety and your license is suspended.
    2. Anthony Law Firm: Criminal Defense // Most Misdemeanors and Felonies DUI & DWI // NHTSA Certified in Field Sobriety Testing CDS Charges // Including Marijuana, and Schedules I, II, III, & IV Assault & Battery White Collar Crimes
    3. John T. Severe: Drug crimes: Despite the drive to relax drug laws in the national debate, a drug charge in Oklahoma is a serious problem. We will leave no stone unturned to challenge the prosecution and provide a solid criminal defense. DUI charges: People from all walks of life can face a DUI or APC charge. A conviction for drunk driving or actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence can have far-reaching consequences. Do not take chances. Call us to learn how we can fight to help you protect your privilege to drive and your record. Violent offenses: If you are accused or suspected of domestic violence, assault and battery charges, or another violent offense, your reputation and future are at stake. You need representation from a lawyer who cares about your future. Traffic tickets and offenses: Whether you have a commercial driver's license (CDL) or have multiple traffic offenses, you likely know that a traffic ticket will adversely impact your ability to drive and your insurance premiums. Let us help you protect your driver's license.
    4. Tulsa
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    6. Vinita
      1. Ward & Lee: Being arrested for DUI in Oklahoma is a terrifying experience. In just a few moments your whole life can change. All of the sudden your sitting handcuffed in a patrol car thinking about being charged with a crime, worrying about your loved ones, worrying about how this will affect your career, wondering what you will do about losing your license, and fretting over the embarrassment that comes along with being arrested for DUI. It is not uncommon to feel completely overwhelmed and out of control at this point.
    7. Wagoner Law Firm
      1. McFarland Law Firm: DUI Felonies Misdemeanors Expungements Applications to revoke
    8. Weatherford
      1. Elwick, Don: Bankruptcy Personal Injury Divorce Criminal law DUI Family Law Probate Wills Real estate Corporations Contracts
    9. Woodward
      1. Meinders & Meinders: CRIMINAL LAW Felonies Misdemeanors Traffic Tickets DUI

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