Bank fraud, embezzlement, and forgery are just a few of the common white-collar crimes prosecuted in Oklahoma. Learn how these crimes are classified, what the punishments can be, and how to defend yourself if you’ve been caught up in a situation brought on by an employer.
Month: May 2022
Self-defense laws in Oklahoma have certainly evolved over time and now provide protections for justified lethal force in a number of situations. To better grasp self-defense laws in Oklahoma, one must understand the Castle Doctrine, Make My Day Doctrine, and Stand Your Ground Doctrine—and where things stand today.
Here’s what you need to know about each.