Violent Crimes

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Pottawatomie County Violent Crime Attorney

Serious Representation for Serious Allegations

At The Law Office of Karen E. Byars, the focus is criminal defense in Pottawatomie County and immediate neighboring counties. Ms. Byars has successfully defended clients accused of violent crimes through victories, case dismissals, mitigating charges, and negotiating plea deals. Each client she works with is treated as an individual with the dignity and compassion that many who face violent criminal charges often need most.

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Protecting Your Rights in the Face of Violent Crime Charges

Our methods can help you when you need help the most. Depending on the alleged crime, you may face years in prison along with hefty fines upon your release – if you’re released at all. The state of Oklahoma also still reserves capital punishment as an option for its most serious convictions.

We can help defend you against violent criminal charges including, but not limited to:

  • Homicide, including first- and second-degree murder, voluntary manslaughter, and homicide caused by recklessness, negligence, or a vehicle
  • Assault and battery, including simple and aggravated assault, sexual battery and aggravated sexual battery, domestic assault, and vehicular assault
  • Kidnapping, including aggravated kidnapping, false imprisonment, and unlawful removal/confinement of someone without his or her consent
  • Rape
  • Violence alleged during the commission of a non-violent crime such as theft

Is Simple Assault a Felony in Oklahoma?

Simple assault in Tennessee is a felony aggravated assault if they used a deadly weapon or brandished a weapon. Deadly weapons include the following:

  • brass knuckles
  • firearms
  • hunting knives

Helping Clients Since 1991

Since 1991, The Law Office of Karen E. Byars has helped her clients fight their violent crime charges. She offers a personalized approach to building your defense while explaining the process and helping you make sense of this difficult time.