Jeff Krigel is a Tulsa violent crime attorney dedicated to providing exceptional legal services to clients charged with violent crimes in Tulsa and surrounding areas. Violent crime charges in Tulsa are prosecuted aggressively, and being accused of this type of crime can be life-altering. If you have been arrested for a violent crime in Tulsa, your first course of action should be to enlist the help of a skilled criminal defense attorney. Contact us today for a free consultation of your Oklahoma violent crime case. Penalties can be severe with lasting ramifications. If you have questions regarding your Tulsa violent crime charge, do not hesitate to contact criminal defense attorney, Jeff Krigel.
The broad definition of a violent crimes is one that involves violence or the threat of violence. The following are narrowing categories of violent crimes in Oklahoma:
Domestic violence: Generally, domestic violence is the use of force against a person in your home, [child, spouse or significant other]. Spousal abuse, assault, battery, threatening phone calls, stalking and intentional interference of communication are all considered domestic violence offenses in the state of Oklahoma. If you have been charged with domestic violence, contact Jeff Krigel today. It is important to hire an attorney knowledgeable regarding Tulsa domestic violence cases. If you have questions regarding your Tulsa domestic violence charge, do not hesitate to contact Tulsa domestic violence attorney, Jeff Krigel.
Battery: Battery is generally defined as the intentional striking of another person with the intent to cause them harm. Battery is usually charged with Assault, and can be a misdemeanor or felony. If you have been charged with assault and battery or aggravated assault and battery, contact Jeff Krigel today. In Oklahoma, if a defendant is convicted of battery, the subsequent punishment will depend on: (1)The severity of the injuries inflicted Whether a weapon was used, (2) The relationship of the victim and the accused, (3) Whether the act was committed in the presence of a child, and (4) Whether the victim was aged, incapacitated or decrepit.
Crimes involving guns: Weapons charges in Oklahoma can include being arrested for unlawfully purchasing, selling or distributing weapons. In Tulsa (& Oklahoma), weapons charges can carry severe penalties, including jail time, significant fines, and a criminal record. Common weapons charges include:
- Shooting with intent to kill
- Pointing a firearm
- Robbery with a firearm (armed robbery)
- Possession of a firearm while committing a felony
- Unlawful possession of a firearm
- Possession of a firearm by convicted felon
Our firm represents individuals charged with crimes involving violence in Tulsa, Bixby, Owasso, Jenks, Broken Arrow, Muskogee, Catoosa, Coweta, Wagoner, Skiatook, Collinsville, Claremore, Glenpool, Sapulpa, Sand Springs, Rogers County, and surrounding areas.