Criminal Defense

Our Creek County criminal defense attorneys are here to help you. If you or a loved one is facing criminal prosecution you need a criminalCreek County criminal defense attorneys attorney in Creek County that cares about your case. This attorney should be as concerned as you are about the prospect of you going to jail and having a criminal record. You should take care to hire a criminal defense lawyer who isn’t afraid of going the distance. This means that your lawyer should be ready to put on a preliminary hearing or criminal jury trial rather than simply pleading out your case.  Our Creek County criminal defense attorneys are in your corner working to see your case through. Misdemeanor charges or felony charges including expungements in Creek County we can help you.

Types of Criminal Charges in Creek County:

If you’ve been charged with a crime in Creek County the charge will be either a felony or a misdemeanor. The distinction between the two type crimes is huge. From the potential amount of jail time your facing on to the length of time you have to wait before getting the crime expunged from your criminal record the difference is important.

Oklahoma Misdemeanor Crimes:

Oklahoma misdemeanors include a wide variety of different crimes.  This includes many drug charges , first time DUI charges and many more types of crimes.  The most important characteristics of a misdemeanor is the amount of time a you may be facing in jail. A misdemeanor crime in Oklahoma subjects the person charged with up to 1 year in the Creek County Jail. A sentence is either deferred or suspended depending on your particular case.  Typically the fines and costs are also lower than those of felony charges and are not to exceed $500.00. One thing to consider when being convicted of a misdemeanors that certain misdemeanor offenses will be charged as felony crimes for second offenses. A great example of this is a DUI. A subsequent DUI that occurs within 10 years of the prior DUI is charged as a felony.

Creek County Felony Crimes:

Felony crimes, on the other hand, carry much harsher penalties.  Generally, jail sentences for felonies are a minimum of one year in the State Penitentiary and also carry fines, court costs, and probationary fees.  The other part of penalties for a felony includes a criminal record to haunt you in your future.  While you can get a felony expunged, it is a difficult and lengthy task that often becomes costly as well.

Regardless of if you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, we are here to support and defend you.  As soon as you retain our services, we will begin your defense.  Our first step is to consider the reasons behind your arrest warrant.  We will review Police and witness statements, plus any other evidence available.  Using this immediate background information, we will work with you to build the best defense possible for your situation.

Creek County Criminal Defense Attorneys:

Because each case varies in time and effort, we do not have a set price for our services.  Instead, we consider your ability to pay, and the time we are likely to spend on providing you the best possible defense.  Because misdemeanor charges take less time to defend than felonies, misdemeanor cases generally cost less to litigate.  Further, if the case goes to a jury trial, it will cost more as jury trials take an immense amount of time-consuming preparation on the end of our attorneys.  However, if you reach some type of plea agreement and do not go to trial, your costs will be less.  To get a Free consultation with an attorney call 918.209.3709 or click here to ask an Online legal question.