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The Truth on Self-Defense Laws in Oklahoma

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.

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VPO in Oklahoma - Criminal Defense Attorneys

What to do if You are the Subject of a VPO in Oklahoma

A Victim’s Protective Order, also known as a VPO or restraining order, is a legal order of protection for a person who has been a victim of a crime such stalking, harassment, domestic violence, and sexual assault. While VPOs are intended to protect a vulnerable and fearful person, there are sometimes cases when a person files for an order to exact revenge on someone else or even gain leverage in a situation like a custody dispute.

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Drug Offense Charge in Oklahoma - Criminal Defense Attorneys

Facing a Drug Offense in Oklahoma? Here’s What to Know.

Despite some much-needed changes via criminal justice reform legislation and ballot initiatives in recent years, our state is still among the strictest in the nation when it comes to prosecuting drug charges. If you’ve been charged with a drug offense in Oklahoma, it’s imperative to know what you’re up against.

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Expungements in Oklahoma - Criminal Defense Lawyers

How to Obtain an Expungement in Oklahoma

Receiving an expungement in Oklahoma is an effective way to mitigate long-lasting harm from a record of a criminal conviction, as it allows you — as outlined by statute — to “state that no such action has ever occurred.” So how do you know if you are qualified to receive one?

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