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  • An Overview Of Federal Criminal Charges

    Read here for an overview of federal criminal charges. Learn the difference between the federal court system and the state court system and how federal charges differ from state charges. The United States Judicial System The U.S. Judicial System is made up of two different components: The Federal Court System; and The State Court System. […]

  • What is The Difference Between Probable Cause And Reasonable Suspicion In Oklahoma

    Read here to learn about the difference between probable cause and reasonable suspicion in Oklahoma. Both probable cause and reasonable suspicion pertain to standards of evidence needed to justify the making of an arrest by an officer of the law, the grant of a search warrant to an officer of the law and the right an […]

  • How Does A Criminal Case Differ From A Civil Case In Oklahoma?

    Criminal law and civil law are very distinct areas of law, each with its own rules and procedures. This is an explanation of how a criminal case differs from a civil case in Oklahoma. Criminal law vs. Civil law in Oklahoma Three of the most distinct ways in which a criminal case differs from a […]

  • Can I Appeal The Verdict If I Am Found Guilty In Oklahoma?

    The Oklahoma appeals process provides a mechanism for convicted defendants to appeal their convictions. An appeal is a request made by a defendant who has been convicted in a lower court to have that court’s decision reviewed and changed by a higher court. The Oklahoma Appellate Judicial System The Oklahoma state court system is multi-tiered, […]

  • In Oklahoma, Is It Better To Stay In Jail And Await Trial?

    If you have been arrested on criminal charges in Oklahoma, depending on the nature of your charges, you may be given the ability to bail yourself out pending trial. However, for a variety of reasons, you may think it’s better for you to stay in jail until your trial. This article explores whether it is […]

  • Is a DUI a Felony in Oklahoma?

    A felony conviction may have serious consequences for the rest of your life, the most of obvious of which is incarceration in a state penitentiary for many years. Yet, even if you do not receive jail time, a felony on your record can have serious consequences on your personal life in terms of your ability […]

  • What’s The Difference Between Probation And Parole in Oklahoma?

     Most people are completely unaware of the differences between parole and probation. Both are important parts of the criminal justice system, but probation is an important tool your criminal defense attorney can use to keep you out of prison. This article explains why probation and parole are important to state and federal governments, as well […]

  • What Should I Do If I Am Questioned By the Police In Oklahoma?

    Typically, if the police are questioning you, it is because they suspect you have committed a crime or you may have information regarding a crime that has been committed.  Either way, an interrogation can be a very uncomfortable experience. In the midst of it all, it is important to remember anything you say may be […]

  • How Do Judges Determine Sentences In Oklahoma?

    Those who are facing jail time often have no idea how sentences are determined. In all cases, you must first be convicted of a crime, which is to be decided by a judge, a jury or a plea bargain. This article focuses on how judges determine your sentence after you have been convicted of a […]

  • Should I Post Bail or Get a Bond in Oklahoma?

    The good news for anyone who has been arrested is that, in most cases, you don’t have to remain in jail. You can post bail with the court and be released from jail until trial. The bad news is that, although the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution forbids excessive bail amounts, posting bail can still […]

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