The legal team at the Tulsa Criminal Defense Law Firm is here to help when you have been arrested for any Oklahoma felony including child abuse charges. From the moment of your arrest, the prosecutor is working to build a case against you. Our legal team quickly goes to work to examine the evidence to protect your legal rights during the process.
A Tulsa Child Abuse Defense Attorney at the Tulsa Criminal Defense Law Firm can answer questions about your specific situation during a free consultation, simply call (918) 256-3400.
Child Abuse: Serious Offense
When you have been charged with child abuse, you need serious legal assistance because the offense carries serious prison time. In Oklahoma, child abuse charges cover neglect, abuse, exploitation, and sexual abuse in Okla. Stat. tit. 21 § 30-843.5. Oklahoma child abuse charges come with a wide variety of punishments. The courts could sentence you for the felony by imprisonment in the custody of the Department of Corrections not exceeding life imprisonment, or by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one (1) year, or by a fine of not less than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) nor more than Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), or both fine and imprisonment.
A Tulsa Child Abuse Defense Attorney can explain the charges against you and answer any questions you have before the next court appearance. A felony defense lawyer at our firm can help clear up the confusion and explain the entire legal process ahead for your and the family member or friend that may still be behind bars.
Confidential Consultation: Tulsa Child Abuse Defense Attorney
When you’ve been arrested for any domestic violence, child abuse or other felony in Tulsa or the surrounding Oklahoma counties, it’s time to reach out to a legal team that knows how the police and prosecutors in Tulsa operate. Simply call our team at the Tulsa Criminal Defense Law Firm at (918) 256-3400 for a free, no-hassle, confidential consultation. If you prefer a Tulsa felony attorney on our team to call you or reach you by email, click here to ask your questions via the easy to fill-out online consultation request form.