Our Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Reduce Charges Within a two-week span, two charges that could have carried up to 20 years in prison in Oklahoma were both reduced to mere misdemeanors with the help of the criminal defense lawyers of Atkins & Markoff. A man in Oklahoma County and another man in Logan County were … Read moreTwo Felony Charges Reduced Significantly
If you find yourself as a potential target of a criminal investigation in Oklahoma, you are obviously encountering a high degree of stress. Your first move should be to contact an experienced Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer to make sure that your guaranteed Constitutional rights are properly protected and enforced, but in the meantime there are … Read moreAre You in Trouble? Do Not Speak to the Police Without a Lawyer
If you’ve ever been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, you may have the option to get your record expunged. An expungement is a time sensitive and detail-oriented civil suit against the record keeping agencies. First time offender has the right to seek that the records of the earlier process be sealed, thereby making the … Read moreOklahoma Expungement – Can I Clear My Criminal Record?
In the past, it was not illegal to drink and drive in areas that were designated as private property. Although some states still restrict the offense of a DUI to public property, in Oklahoma, you can be charged with a DUI while operating a motor vehicle on private property. It is not safe to assume … Read moreGetting a DUI on Private Property in Oklahoma
In need of weed? There’s an app for that. In late July of 2009, Apple approved the release of a new application for the iPhone called Cannabis. Available for only $2.99, Cannabis enables users to locate “medical cannabis suppliers, doctors, clinics, lawyers and other relevant organizations.” It covers 13 states, as well as various legal … Read moreiPhone Applications Make Headlines
At the end of her work day on April 18, 2008, science teacher Bethany Lorenz left the Putnam City North High School building and got into her car. Before she drove away, however, she noticed a woman approaching her car and trying to get her attention. When the woman approached her window she began asking … Read moreCircumstantial Evidence is Just Not Enough Reason to Convict
Tommy Adler and Mark Bailey successfully defended their client yesterday against the states charges accusing her of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon as well as conspiracy in connection with the Oklahoma Cheerleader Stun Gun Case. The news clip below is from the Oklahoman and features Tommy Adler and Mark Bailey immediately after the … Read moreCheerleader Stun Gun Case – NOT GUILTY
One of the criminal defense attorneys at Atkins and Markoff, Mark Bailey, was featured on KXII TV this week. They mentioned that he was going to be representing Don Mancil after appearing at a preliminary hearing with him. Mancil was arrested back in October in Colbert Oklahoma on a manslaughter complaint. If you would like … Read moreDefense Attorney Bailey Featured on First 12 News