Drug Crimes


Tulsa Drug Crimes Lawyer

If you are under investigation or have already been arrested for an Oklahoma drug crime, it is important that you contact a Tulsa drug crimes lawyer at the Henson Law Firm as soon as possible. Oklahoma has some of the strictest drug laws in the nation and you need to aggressively fight your drug charges. The police gathered evidence against you. The district attorney’s office will zealously prosecute your case. It is important that you retain a Tulsa Oklahoma drug crimes lawyer who will provide you with aggressive criminal representation in order to immensely increase the chances of successfully resolving your case.

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Some drug crimes, such as marijuana possession, may be charged as a misdemeanor but many Oklahoma felony drug charges carry mandatory prison time. Anyone convicted of a serious drug offense faces stiff penalties under Oklahoma criminal law. The punishment ranges for drug offenses vary, but a conviction may carry jail or prison time, punitive fines, loss of driving privileges, counseling, probation, and community service. A felony drug conviction can remain on your record for life. Depending upon the type and quantity of the drug seized, an Oklahoma drug crime may even be punishable by life in prison without parole.

Drug Defense Attorneys in Tulsa Oklahoma

Regardless of the type of drug charges you are facing, you can depend on the Tulsa Oklahoma drug defense attorneys at the Henson Law Firm to provide you with personal service, honest legal advice, and aggressive criminal representation throughout the legal process. We defend against all types of drug crimes cases:


Drug Crime Defense

Possession or Simple Possession

Possession of Marijuana

Possession With Intent to Distribute

Delivery of a Controlled Drug

Drug Trafficking

Drug Manufacturing

Aggravated Trafficking

Endeavoring to Manufacture

Aggravated Manufacturing

Drug Cultivation

Possession of Precursors

Prescription Drug Fraud

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Asset Forfeiture

Search and Seizure

Marijuana

Methamphetamine

Ecstasy

Cocaine

Heroin

Drug Crime Penalties


Tulsa Drug Lawyer Protecting Your Rights

Oklahoma drug cases are frequently won or lost before trial. Tulsa drug lawyer Rob Henson will thoroughly investigate the facts and look at every aspect of your case, especially the initial arrest and the manner in which the evidence was gathered in order to protect your constitutional rights. Did the police conduct an illegal search? Was a proper search warrant issued? Were there mistakes made by law enforcement? In order to maintain the case against you, the prosecution must be able to admit the seized drugs into evidence. An Oklahoma drug arrest is usually the result of a traffic stop and is unplanned by the police. This means there is a good opportunity to suppress the evidence because of insufficient probable cause or an illegal search. If the evidence is suppressed, the prosecution cannot admit the evidence against you and the case may be dismissed.

The HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC represents clients throughout Oklahoma in communities such as Tulsa, Bixby, Bartlesville, Bristow, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Collinsville, Glenpool, Jenks, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Owasso, Pawhuska, Pawnee, Pryor, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Stillwater, and Wagoner.

Tulsa County • Creek County • Mayes County • Muskogee County • Okmulgee County • Osage County • Pawnee County • Payne County• Rogers County • Wagoner County • Washington County

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DISCLAIMER : The information contained in this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC and Rob V. Henson provide legal advice and representation ONLY after an attorney client relationship is established by retaining the HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC with an agreed upon fee and signing a written contract provided by the firm. No other method or methods can be used to establish an attorney client relationship with the HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC and/or Rob V. Henson. The firm's attorneys are licensed to practice law only in Oklahoma and do not know about the laws of other states, and therefore do not give legal advice about the laws of any state other than Oklahoma. Every case is different and any description of a case resolution or positive case outcome is not meant to be a guarantee of success. If you are charged with a crime or have a legal problem, you should seek legal counsel and discuss your specific problems with an attorney.