Felony crimes are the most serious criminal offenses under Oklahoma criminal law, and they carry severe potential punishments. The minimum punishment for an Oklahoma felony charge is one year in prison. The penalties for an Oklahoma felony offense may range from one year in prison to life in prison without parole (LWOP), or even the death penalty for violent crimes such as first degree murder. In contrast, a misdemeanor is punishable by a maximum of one year in the county jail. A Tulsa Oklahoma felony defense lawyer can evaluate the charges against you, explain the potential penalties you face, and formulate an aggressive and effective defense strategy.
If you or someone you love has been arrested and charged with a felony, it is important you contact a Tulsa Oklahoma felony defense lawyer as soon as possible. Do not give a statement to the police or anyone else. If you make a statement to the police, the outcome of your case can be devastating. Your freedom is in jeopardy and you need every advantage in order to fight your charges and protect your future. The Henson Law Firm provides free consultations to individuals who have been charged with Oklahoma felonies, including, but not limited to the following:
The prosecution may seek to impose the harshest penalties available for felony offenses under Oklahoma criminal law. In addition to prison time, punitive fines, and a permanent criminal record, there are other significant consequences of a felony conviction. An Oklahoma felony conviction comes with life-changing consequences for you and your family. If you or someone you love has been charged with a serious crime, a felony attorney in Tulsa Oklahoma at the Henson Law Firm can help. Call us today for a free consultation about your criminal legal matter.