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Oklahoma City Criminal Defense Lawyer Fights Serious Charges

Experienced representation to protect your rights and deliver positive results

An arrest can turn your life upside down, bringing confusion, anxiety and fear of what the future may hold. When that happens, you need the reassurance that comes with a capable, professional advocate managing your defense. In Oklahoma City, that advocate can be found at Amanda R. Everett, P.C. Ms. Everett goes to work immediately, protecting your constitutional rights and gathering the information she needs to resolve your case on the most favorable terms possible. She also puts your mind at ease with affordable rates and flexible payment plans. By retaining her services, you receive:

  • Personal service. Amanda Everett answers all of your questions efficiently and completely. She confers with you on every development in your case.
  • Skilled representation. She investigates your case thoroughly so she has all the pertinent facts needed to identify goals and recommend an effective strategy. You make the final decisions on how to fight your case, and she gives you the best opportunity to make informed choices.
  • A hardworking approach. When your freedom and your future are on the line, Amanda Everett won’t rest until there’s a positive resolution to your criminal case.

You have a constitutional right to fight the charges against you. Fight with a knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense attorney at your side.

Aggressive counsel for felony and misdemeanor charges

A felony is the most serious type of crime, punishable by at least one year in state prison. Violent crimes, such as homicide, rape, aggravated assault, and armed robbery, are felonies. Theft crimes can be felonies, depending on the amount stolen and/or the method of accomplishing the crime.

A misdemeanor, while less serious, still carries harsh penalties — including up to a year of jail time. These crimes include DUI, petty theft, assault and some drug charges involving small amounts of less deadly controlled substances.

Ms. Everett works diligently to deliver the best result possible, but that depends greatly on the facts of your case and whether you have a prior record.  In some rare cases, it’s possible to challenge the evidence or police procedures to get charges dropped and the case dismissed. Most cases require plea negotiation to get charges and sentencing reduced. However, there are always cases where the authorities are either mistaken or unreasonable, pursuing prosecution despite her best efforts to resolve the issue. Fortunately, she has ample experience with bench and jury trials. If your case must go to court, Amanda Everett is prepared to fight hard for an acquittal.

Clearing your criminal record quickly

Having an arrest or conviction on your record can limit your options in life. However, under Oklahoma law, certain individuals are entitled to have their arrest record expunged or sealed. It is even possible to have misdemeanor convictions expunged depending on certain circumstances — usually ten (10) years after the sentence was complete. These expungements can be often be completed in 45 to 50 days.

A person may still be eligible for an expungement after a successful pardon. This is important for those with nonviolent felony offenses who wish to have their right to own a firearm reinstated. The pardon process can take around six months to a year to complete.

It is best to speak with an attorney about your individual history to evaluate your eligibility for an expungement. Even if you do not qualify for a full expungement, there are still options for clearing your online court records.

Consult a respected criminal defense lawyer in Oklahoma City right away

To develop a strong defense against criminal charges, call Amanda R. Everett, P.C. at 405-698-3307 or contact her firm online for a free initial consultation. The firm serves residents in Oklahoma, Canadian, Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties; in Norman, Moore, and Oklahoma City; and throughout the state of Oklahoma.