When you have been arrested for a misdemeanor in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, there is not time to waste in finding a lawyer to help you in court. If it’s your first offense, it can be a scary situation. If it’s not your first time, a second charge is uncharted territory, which requires skillful assistance of an Okmulgee Misdemeanor Defense Attorney.
Let us demonstrate why the Wirth Law Office – Okmulgee has the resources of a regional powerhouse firm to help you protect your legal interests, by answering your questions with a confidential, no-cost consultation. Simply call (918) 756-9600.
Misdemeanor Defense Cases in Okmulgee
Here’s a quick sample of the types of case our team handles in Okmulgee County Court:
- Animal Complaints
- Bad Check Charge
- Breaking and Entering, other property crimes
- Drug Charges
- DUI, other alcohol related offenses
- Firearms Possession
- Juvenile Offenses
- Open Container
If you don’t see your charge listed above, don’t worry. Our team has experience representing people charged with any type of misdemeanor offense in Okmulgee.
Oklahoma Misdemeanor Punishments
It’s important to not blow off a misdemeanor charge until your court date, because you miss out on valuable time to prepare a defense. In Oklahoma, a misdemeanor offense is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one year or by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or both the fine and imprisonment.
We’ve seen before that in certain situations, a convicted person may have to serve at least half of their sentenced jail time before probation could be implemented. If it’s a subsequent offense, that misdemeanor may result in felony charges with longer terms of incarceration, higher fines, more terms of probation and life-long marks on one’s criminal record.
Free Consultation: Okmulgee Misdemeanor Defense Attorney
When you need help after an arrest for a misdemeanor offense in Oklahoma, simply call (918) 756-9600 or (888) Wirth-Law, for a free consultation with an Okmulgee, Oklahoma lawyer at the Wirth Law Office – Okmulgee. Or, enter your legal question or concern in the form at the top right of this page, and one of our attorneys will contact you.