How Do I Defend Against Domestic Assault by Strangulation Charges in Okmulgee

Domestic Assault by Strangulation

In Oklahoma, domestic assault by strangulation is a severe felony offense. This is due to its dangerous nature and the potential to inflict serious harm. Further, it can cause lifelong physical and mental damage to the victim. When you’re facing these charges, understanding your options and what comes next is imperative. Here, we’ll discuss exactly what these charges mean, your options for defenses, and…

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What Do I Do After A Fatal Car Accident?

Fatal Car Accident

Fatal car accidents are far too common and can be life changing for those involved. Not only does it impact the deceased person, but everyone around the accident including their family. For those involved in a fatal car accident due to their own actions, there are certain things that Oklahoma law requires you do. In this article, we will discuss what the next steps…

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Is Assault and Battery on a Police Officer a Serious Crime in Okmulgee County

Assault and Battery on a Police Officer

In Okmulgee County, assault and battery on a police officer is a serious crime. Not only does it carry the weight of attacking someone, but also the severity of targeting a law enforcement officer. Understanding what happen after this charge is important for anyone who has been involved in this type of situation. Here, we’ll dive into what constitutes assault and battery on a…

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What Are Some Of The Rights You Lose In A Criminal Conviction In Oklahoma?

Rights You Lose In A Criminal Conviction

When a judge or jury convicts you of a felony, you’ll inevitably serve jail time or a period of probation. You could be ripped away from your family and friends and find yourself limited in things available to you. If you were pursuing your education, your degree is now delayed or may become almost impossible to obtain. In short, criminal convictions are nothing to…

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What If I Refuse The Breathalyzer In A DUI Case in Okmulgee?

If you refuse the breathalyzer in a DUI case in Oklahoma there are real consequences. We’ve all seen those episodes where police officers pull over drunk drivers and give them a sobriety test. Usually, the drunk drivers stumble and slur their words. Then, the officers administered a breathalyzer test to check the drivers’ blood alcohol content level. As you probably know, drivers’ blood alcohol…

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Threats By Phone in Oklmulgee

Threats By Phone

In a May 2017 article, NewsOK reports that members of the Irish Mob attempted silence witnesses in an upcoming murder trial.  The inmates used burn phones to call and text witnesses from jail.  These threats by phone were valid.  A carefully orchestrated attempt on one witness’s life left him in the hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest.  When the witness survived, threats…

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