Facing a criminal charge and impending conviction can be an uncertain, daunting, and emotionally difficult experience, leaving you with a lot of unanswered questions. Will you be sentenced to time in jail or prison? Will you lose your job and the ability to provide and care for your family? Do you feel as though you’ve been wrongfully accused, or as if your rights have been violated?
At the Law Office of Carlos L. Williams in Tulsa, OK, you will find a team of attorneys who are ready to hear your story from start to finish and give you a clear and straightforward analysis of what you’re dealing with. In many cases, a criminal charge can be refuted and reduced to a lesser charge or altogether dismissed. At the very least, a criminal defense attorney can help you mitigate the consequences of a conviction, guide you through any hearings or depositions that may be required of you, and give you peace of mind in knowing you have a team of attorneys who are dedicated to fiercely defending your rights and protecting your future.
With nearly 50 years’ worth of combined experience, there is virtually nothing that the criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Carlos L. Williams in Tulsa, OK haven’t dealt with. The following are just a few of the criminal charges they handle:
Identifying The Best Defense For Your Case
Since every criminal case is unique, so too is the defense that will be used to combat it. As soon as you obtain representation by the criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Carlos L. Williams in Tulsa, OK, an investigation will be launched on your behalf in an effort to gather all of the evidence that can be used in your favor. Next, the strongest possible argument will be built based upon the facts and circumstances that are unique to your case. There are many potential defenses which apply to a variety of criminal offenses, including the following:
- An unlawful search/seizure was carried out by law enforcement agents, which means any evidence obtained as a result of that should be thrown out
- You (the defendant) are not the person who committed the crime in question
- You may have committed the crime, but cannot be held criminally culpable due to insanity or mental illness
- The Miranda warning was not read prior to an interrogation while in custody, which means any statements obtained as a result of that interrogation should be thrown out
- You committed the crime in question in self-defense
- You had no intention of committing the crime, committed the crime unknowingly, or committed the crime in direct response to a threat from someone else
- Law enforcement agents exercised entrapment in order to arrest you
The sooner you contact a criminal defense attorney in Tulsa, OK, the sooner you can put this case behind you and move on with your life. Don’t hesitate—call the Law Office of Carlos L. Williams today.