Should I accept Non-Judicial Punishment in my Air Force Investigation?

There are few decisions that have a greater impact on a service members’ career than the difficult decision of accepting or rejecting the opportunity for Non-Judicial Punishment related to an alleged offense. Non-Judicial Punishment affords a service member the opportunity to resolve an alleged infraction without facing criminal prosecution and…

Understanding Federal Criminal Defense

Many people think of anything related to the federal justice system as complicated and difficult to understand. When it comes to criminal offenses, for example, you shouldn’t only know what it means to commit a crime; you also need to understand the basis for criminal acts being prosecuted in federal…

Wrongful Death Lawsuit

How Long Do I Have to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Oklahoma?

In Oklahoma, you have two years to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the party responsible for your loved one’s death or the parties at fault for your loved one’s death. You will be prohibited from seeking relief or damages for your loved one’s death in a wrongful death lawsuit,…

What Happens When You Divorce in the Military?

Living military life can be hard, both for the service members and their loved ones. The sad reality is that military marriages are just as likely to end in divorce as civilian marriages. Some of these military divorces are caused by the months or years spent apart by the couples….

How Serious is the Crime of Selling Alcohol to Minors?

How Serious is the Crime of Selling Alcohol to Minors? It is no news to anyone many minors, those under the age of 21, want to drink alcohol and that minors that want alcohol will go to nearly any extent to obtain alcohol. In an effort to obtain alcohol, minors…

Will I Have to go to Jail for a Felony DUI in Oklahoma?

Will I Have to Go to Jail for Felony DUI in Oklahoma City? In Oklahoma City, being arrested and charged with a felony DUI does not necessary mean you will go to jail or prison. However, being charged with a felony DUI offense is far more serious than a misdemeanor…

What are the Requirements for Expungement in Oklahoma?

What is an Expungement? An expungement is simply a tool that prevents the public from having access to court records and/or arrest records. In Oklahoma, an expungement does not erase your criminal record, rather it seals it from public access. When you obtain an expungement order from an Oklahoma district…

Man with his hands handcuffed needing to call a Oklahoma City criminal defense lawyer.

Myths of Arrest and Criminal Defense Lawyers

Myth 1: Hiring an Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer Makes You Look Guilty Many myths exist concerning being arrested for an alleged crime and hiring a criminal defense lawyer in Oklahoma City. The most common myth about criminal defense lawyers is hiring an experienced criminal lawyer makes you look guilty. This…