Constitutional rights include a fair trial and attorney representation. If you have been charged with a violent offense, your freedom is at risk.
Former Oklahoma District Attorney J. Patrick Quillian represents clients facing serious implications requiring experienced violent crime defense. Our attorneys’ years in the courtroom have taught us how to explore every possible way to defend our clients in and around Oklahoma City.
Defending You Against Felony Charges
In Oklahoma, a felony conviction can affect every aspect of the rest of your life. If convicted of a felony, you will lose your privileges of voting and owning firearms. A felony conviction may require you to serve a minimum of one year in prison, though for more extreme offenses, such as murder or manslaughter, you may be sentenced to life behind bars. A judge can sentence you to death if you are found guilty of a capital offense.
If you are accused of a violent crime, our attorneys will fight for your rights. We defend against violent felony convictions in cases including:
- Weapons offenses — Including shooting with the intent to kill or if used in committing a felony
- Assault and battery — If proven intent to kill or with the use of a deadly weapon
- Murder — First- or second-degree murder
- Manslaughter — Voluntary or involuntary
- Armed robbery
- Sexual crimes — If forced upon another or involving a child
Cases involving domestic violence and offenses committed against a law enforcement officer also require our attorneys’ thorough knowledge and understanding of both sides of the law.
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Felony accusations raise questions about what your future holds. Do not entrust it to just any lawyer; you can depend on our firm’s past legal experience to get results.