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Attorney working with client

According to data from the Department of Justice, more than 500 people were charged with domestic violence involving firearms in 2020. If convicted, the defendant could be facing a lengthy prison sentence, huge fines, loss of firearm rights, a restraining order, a permanent criminal record, and other social ramifications.

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Police arresting a man

Under Oklahoma law, crimes involving physical attacks or threats of attacks may be classified as assault, battery, or assault and battery. As such, even fights that seem harmless may eventually lead to serious assault charges.

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Glass of Whiskey next to keys

You’ve just been charged with a DUI (driving under the influence) for the first time in Oklahoma, and you figure there’s nothing you can do but accept whatever penalties are handed down. Not necessarily true on all counts.

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Pills and powder in little baggies

According to data from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, law enforcement made about 16,367 drug-related arrests across the state in 2019. Under Oklahoma law, possession, manufacturing, and distribution of controlled substances are considered serious offenses.

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