Wagoner Lawyer Blog 11 Posts Tagged 'Wagoner Oklahoma felony defense lawyers'

  • How Can I Fight a Second Degree Burglary Charge in Wagoner?

    Second degree burglary is a felony in Oklahoma. If convicted, you could spend up to 7 years in prison. If you are facing charges, hire an attorney today.

  • Examining Robbery with a Firearm in Wagoner

    Robbery with a Firearm is a Serious Crime in Wagoner, Oklahoma  Robbery in and of itself is a serious crime in Oklahoma. Using a firearm during the commission of a robbery adds years to an already long jail term. Here is what you need to know about robbery with a firearm. Oklahoma law differentiates theft […]

  • What is Indecent Exposure in Wagoner, Oklahoma?

    Indecent Exposure Spells Big Trouble  Indecent exposure is a sex crime in Oklahoma. It moves far beyond innocent mooning or college high jinks into the world of sex offenses. The same statute that covers indecent exposure also covers child pornography and soliciting a minor to perform in child pornography. Okla. Stat. tit. 21 § 1021. […]

  • Fighting a Wagoner Larceny From a House Charge

    What is Larceny?  In Oklahoma, larceny is defined as taking someone else’s property, with the intent to deprive them of it, through the use of fraud or stealth. Okla. Stat. tit. 21 § 1701. This is a broadly written statute and it can be construed to apply to a number of situations. It is divided […]

  • How Can I Fight a Charge of Possession of Child Pornography in Wagoner?

    Possession of Child Pornography Spells Serious Trouble  With the advent of the internet, it has become ever easier to download and share child pornography. And as pedophiles become experts at obtaining child pornography through internet and other sources, government law enforcement agencies have stayed in lockstep, cracking down fiercely on possession. Oklahoma has a number […]

  • In Wagoner What is the Crime of Trafficking Illegal Drugs?

    Oklahoma law imputes trafficking in illegal drugs if sufficient quantities of the drug are found in your possession, custody or control. If convicted, the penalties are severe. Contact an attorney as soon as possible.

  • How a Wagoner Court Adjudicates Malicious Injury to Property Charge

    Malicious injury to property in Oklahoma is more than just a prank. It is a crime, and if convicted, you could face jail time in addition to fines and a civil action for treble damages. Make sure to hire an attorney as soon as possible.

  • How Does a Wagoner Court Define Violation of a Protective Order?

    Violation of a protective order in Oklahoma is a misdemeanor for a first offense. A subsequent offense is a felony. All offenses involve possible jail time. Even indirect contact can be in violation of a protective order. instead of contacting someone who has a protective order naming you, contact an attorney.

  • Examining the Crime of Arson in Oklahoma

    Arson is the intentional setting of a fire, with the intent to destroy a structure or its contents. It is always a felony in Oklahoma. Arson in Wagoner, Oklahoma can be classified as of the first, second, third or fourth degree. In order to be found guilty, you need to have either set the fire, […]

  • Rape by Instrumentation in Wagoner: What You Need to Know

    In Oklahoma, rape by instrumentation is non-consensual sexual penetration involving an object or a part of the body other than in sexual intercourse. Rape by instrumentation is considered first-degree rape in Oklahoma and can result in sentences as long as life without parole.