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What is the Punishment for Fentanyl Charges in Oklahoma?

In today’s climate, it is difficult to identify a more polarizing drug offense than Possession of Fentanyl and Fentanyl Trafficking. The perception of Fentanyl charges in Oklahoma makes it more difficult to obtain a dismissal, reduction of charges, or a reduced sentence for Fentanyl offenses than any other drug crimes….

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Stand Your Ground in Oklahoma: When Can You Fight Back?

You live in Oklahoma, a state known for its strong sense of self-reliance. But what happens when a violent threat challenges that self-reliance? Does Oklahoma’s law allow you to stand your ground and defend yourself, even with deadly force? The answer is yes: Oklahoma has a “Stand Your Ground” law….

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Know Your Rights: A Guide to Self-Defense Laws in Oklahoma

If you’ve ever felt unsafe or unsure how to react in a threatening situation, you’re not alone. Thankfully, Oklahoma’s self-defense laws offer protections for those who use justified force in a variety of circumstances. Castle Doctrine: Your Home is Your Haven Imagine this: you hear a noise downstairs in the…

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Defending Your Rights: Choosing a Gun Charge Attorney in OKC

If you’ve been accused of a gun crime in Oklahoma City (OKC), it’s absolutely critical that you seek skilled legal representation as soon as possible. A qualified gun charge attorney can help you understand what’s going on in the legal system and defend your rights aggressively. At Cannon & Associates…

How to Beat Drug Trafficking Charges in Oklahoma?

To beat drug trafficking charges in Oklahoma, your criminal defense attorney and you must convince the prosecutor or judge of one of the following two points or win at trial: Your rights were violated, and that evidence supporting your drug trafficking case was illegally obtained by law enforcement; or  You…

How long do you go to jail for Domestic Violence in Oklahoma?

The length of jail time for domestic violence in Oklahoma can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case and the severity of the offense. The maximum sentence for domestic abuse in Oklahoma is one year in jail and a $1,000 fine. The maximum range of punishment for felony…