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Protect Your Constitutional Rights
Charges for any criminal offense can be a frightening experience, regardless of the severity of the alleged crime. This is especially true if you are a first-time offender who is not familiar with the Oklahoma criminal justice system. You may feel alone and overwhelmed. The consequences for a criminal conviction can also be severe, impacting your future employment options and even lifestyle. However, it's important to remember that an arrest doesn't mean conviction, especially with the guidance of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
After an arrest, you may have several appearances and hearings to face, aside from trial. It is in your best interest to retain the services of an attorney as early after your arrest as possible to assist you during these procedural steps.
An experienced Oklahoma criminal defense attorney can even be an asset during any questioning by law enforcement officers by protecting your constitutional rights and helping you to avoid self-incrimination.
Mary took over a very difficult case. She is reasonable in what she charges and she is always honest, caring and approaches situations that need problem solving in a unique way. She is the one I refer for legal matters to all my friends and she has represented many of them and did an incredible job for them as well.
Your Advocate Through The Entire Process
You can rest assured that Attorney Mary Bruehl will stand as your fierce advocate during questioning, arraignment, bail bond hearings, pre-trial motions, administrative license suspension hearings, trial, and beyond.
Facing a Criminal Charge in Oklahoma?
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Mary Bruehl Law
3750 West Main
Norman, OK 73072
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