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Tulsa Criminal Defense Attorney

Being charged with a crime is a very serious matter. If you are convicted, you may be facing fines, incarceration and a permanent impact on your livelihood. The Tulsa based Law Offices of Attorney Greg Lavender in Oklahoma provides aggressive criminal defense to individuals who have been charged with a criminal felony or misdemeanor offenses.

If you are know or think you may be being investigated for a crime, the time to hire a criminal defense lawyer is now. An attorney can explain your rights, including the right to remain silent, the right not to incriminate yourself and rights relating to the search and seizure of your property. Knowing your rights during questioning and in relation to the search and seizure of evidence will make it harder for the police to make a case against you. Having a lawyer at this stage may reduce the possibility that you will actually be charged. Representation by an criminal defense attorney can also facilitate communications with the police, making the process much easier for all parties involved and avoiding the possibility that you may inadvertently incriminate yourself in the alleged conduct or in any other violation of the law.

Even if you have already been charged with a crime, it is not too late to hire a defense attorney.   Retaining counsel at this time has a number of benefits. A lawyer can explain your charges so that you fully understand the situation. In addition, an attorney may initiate his or her own investigation into your case. Your attorney can also assist with plea bargaining. Plea bargaining is an agreement between the prosecution and defense or defendant in a particular case. Often, a defendant will agree to plead guilty to one crime in exchange for a reduction in the crime charged or sentencing.  Plea bargaining is all about negotiation and our attorneys have what it takes to come to an agreement that is favorable to our client.  An attorney can also help exclude evidence that was gathered illegally under a variety of circumstances.  They can also facilitate trial preparations so that you are ready for the judge or jury to hear your side of the story.

The criminal defense attorneys at the Law Offices of Greg Lavender represent individuals charged with all types of crimes including, but not limited to:

  • Driving under the influence (DUI)
  • Driving while intoxicated (DWI)
  • Drug related crimes such as possession and manufacturing
  • Violent crimes such as assault and battery and arson
  • Property crimes such as larceny, burglary and embezzlement
  • Child neglect or abuse 
  • Juvenile Offenses
  • Violation of a protective order
  • Embezzlement
  • Violation of probation (Application to Accelerate or Revoke)
  • Traffic violations

We believe that every person is innocent unless proven guilty. We operate with this premise in mind and offer aggressive representation and advocacy to every client.  Our attorney representation increases the possibility that your case will be resolved favorably.  Regardless of what type of crime you have been charged with, our attorneys can help you. Contact our office in Tulsa, Oklahoma by calling (918) 863-2899 today.


Criminal Defense Results

Tulsa County; DUI-Drugs
Client was charged with the crime of driving under the influence of drugs. Upon review of the facts, Mr. Lavender was able to pinpoint a violation of his client’s constitutional rights and filed a Motion to Suppress and Dismiss. Based on Mr. Lavender’s motion, all charges were dropped.

Rogers County; Assault and Battery

Client was charged with simple assault and battery. Mr. Lavender was unwilling to advise his client to accept the State’s immediate plea, the State responding by threatened client with jail time and the addition of new and more severe charges to the already shaky case. Pushing back against the State, Mr. Lavender was able to have the case dismissed the day of trial.

Tulsa County; Domestic Assault and Battery and Violation of Protective Order
Client faced charges of domestic assault and battery and violation of a protective order. The case stemmed from a heated custody battle between the parties, and the alleged victim would have benefited significantly had in her ex partner been convicted. The case was set for trial and all charges were eventually dropped.


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