Tulsa Criminal Defense Lawyers
Practical & Results-Driven Defense in Tulsa, OK
Have you been arrested for a criminal offense in or around Tulsa? Are you anxious about how the arrest and charges will affect your freedom, your job, your family, and your future? Any arrest is cause for concern. The more serious the offense, the more concerned you will likely be with questions and worries that can only be answered by an attorney with experience in criminal law.
In your time of need, you can turn to our trusted law firm for the support and representation you need. At Enlow Law, you will have the benefit of a team approach with the more than 50 years of combined legal experience of all our trial lawyers.
Time is of the Essence
If you have been arrested for a crime or a suspect in a crime in the state of Oklahoma, it is important to contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at once! The sooner you hire a criminal defense attorney to represent you, the sooner we can fight for your rights and protect your interests. Neither police or prosecutors can talk to you without your criminal defense lawyer present.
We can represent your case if you have been charged with a:
If you are facing any of these charges, it is important that you consult our Tulsa criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Contact us if you have any questions or to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.
Defending the Accused in the State of Oklahoma
Criminal offenses can range from misdemeanors for simple assault to serious felonies for crimes like manslaughter and murder. No matter what type of offense you are facing, the quality of your representation is critical. It can make all the difference in the outcome of your case.
Our team of seasoned trial attorneys can investigate the allegations against you and find holes in the state’s evidence. Our criminal defense attorneys in Tulsa are highly skilled negotiators but are not afraid to fight for you in court if necessary. We are trial-ready from the very beginning.
We regularly defend clients facing criminal charges involving:
- Assault and battery
- Domestic violence
- Theft, robbery, and burglary
- Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
- Drug possession, sales, distribution, and trafficking
- Gun Crimes
- Sex crimes
- Traffic crimes such as reckless driving
- White-collar crimes, such as fraud, forgery, and embezzlement
- Internet crimes
- Violent crimes
What Are the Consequences of a Criminal Conviction?
Every criminal defense case and its severity influences the consequences. Some may result in a fine or incarceration. There are effects of these consequences which may include:
Inability to find a stable job
Revocation of driver’s license
Revokes your eligibility to vote
Restricts ability to keep a firearm
Affects your parental rights in Oklahoma.
Learn more about your options after being convicted of a crime. Enlow Law is here to help you through the process. Call us today for a consultation!
What Does a Criminal Defense Attorney Do?
Hiring a criminal defense attorney to represent you has a variety of benefits. They will examine your case and find any evidence of weakness, error or strategies to help you.They will provide you with the following services that will help you:
Evaluate your charges and the evidence against you
Stop the charges before they are filed
Implement a defense strategy
Negotiate a plea
Represent your case
If you have been convicted of a crime and seeking legal counsel do not wait, reach out to Enlow Law today. Our Tulsa criminal defense lawyers are experienced representing clients in criminal defense trials. Call us today to schedule a consultation.
Difference Between a Felony and a Misdemeanor
- Misdemeanor: is usually a less serious criminal offense. In Oklahoma and under federal law, it is punishable by up to one year in state prison.
- Felony: is a more serious crime. It is punishable by a fine and less than two years in state prison in Oklahoma.
A misdemeanor can have the same consequences as a felony if the convicted has prior charges for the same crime or have been convicted for a serious or violent felony in the past.
If you have questions regarding the felony and misdemeanor court process, contact Enlow Law today for a consultation!
What is a Felony in Oklahoma?
A felony in the state of Oklahoma is any crime that is punishable by the dealth penalty or in a state prison. It is one of the few states that does not classify crimes. Felony convictions may include fines of $1,000-$25,000 and up to a life sentence in prison. Penalities depend on the severity of the felony and a previous criminal record. Felonies are dealt with on a “by crime” situation that resembles misdemeanors, but do have enduring consequences that do not end with jail time. Examples of felonies in Oklahoma include:
Second DUI offense
If you have been convicted of any of the above, do not hesitate to reach out to the Tulsa felony defense attorneys at Enlow Law.
Contact Enlow Law Right Away
As soon as you suspect you are being investigated for a crime or if you have already been arrested, it is crucial that you seek legal representation immediately. At Enlow Law, we understand the consequences you may be facing and will work with diligence and dedication throughout the duration of your case.
Don't navigate the criminal justice system alone. Call our criminal defense law firm at (918) 212-5359 or contact us online today.