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When the stakes are high and you are facing criminal charges, you need a Tulsa, Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer with experience, who is available to take your case quickly and confidently, who will go the extra mile to thoroughly investigate your case, and who will get the best possible result in or out of court.

The criminal defense attorneys at the Jury Pro Law Office understand that being arrested or charged with a crime is frightening experience. Jury Pro's mission is to aggressively and tenaciously defend our clients, even before the case reaches the courtroom. You need to know your rights under the law, and immediately act to protect them.

Our criminal defense law firm brings knowledge of local courts’ culture and practices to the defense of people like you who have been charged with felony, misdemeanor, or traffic crimes in Tulsa, Oklahoma, or elsewhere in Northeast Oklahoma.

Do I need an Attorney?

Yes. When you represent yourself in court, you are presumed to understand the laws, rules, and procedures of the criminal justice system. The prosecutor and the judge are not your advocates in the courtroom. They are not there to help you identify the best strategies for your particular case. The prosecutor’s role is to convict you and the judge’s job is to facilitate an orderly courtroom. Their responsibilities do not include providing legal advice to you.

If the prosecutor puts forth sufficient evidence of your guilt to a judge or jury, you will be convicted of a crime. If you are convicted of a crime, you can be incarcerated and/or fined, and ordered by the court to complete other terms and conditions. Furthermore, a conviction can appear publicly on the Internet or in background checks that can permanently hinder your employment prospects. But, specific defenses and approaches are available to contest criminal charges in court. In many situations, if a case is effectively defended in court, the charges can be dismissed or disposed in a matter that does not result in a conviction.

That is what makes proper legal representation so critical. You need to know what you can do to protect your legal rights. The criminal defense lawyers at Jury Pro can evaluate your specific situation to determine what defenses and approaches are best suited to resolve your case. Call (888) Jury-Pro or (888) 587-9776 to speak to an attorney about your case.

Why is a Criminal Defense Lawyer Necessary?

Because with an aggressive approach to your case, persuasive negotiation, and thorough trial preparation, many cases – even if they are serious - can result in probation, a reduction to a lesser charge, or an outright dismissal.

Because even a minor misdemeanor charge or traffic citation can have great financial and sociological consequences unforeseen to layman. In fact, some convictions (even some misdemeanors) which are unrelated to driving, can cause your drivers' license to be suspended.

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