Criminal Defense and Family Attorneys in Oklahoma
Shielding Your Rights from Start to Finish

Parsons, Graham & Day, LLC, our Oklahoma-based law firm, has experienced attorneys ready to help you with all your criminal defense,  family law, and other legal needs. Our team is knowledgeable about the laws of Oklahoma and can provide you with some of the best legal advice available.

Whether you need assistance with a DUI or drug possession charge, protection from domestic violence or abuse, or assistance in drafting complex documents as part of a divorce case, we are here to help. Our firm has extensive experience representing individuals in complex divorce litigation, and criminal cases ranging from traffic matters to trafficking matters and everywhere in between, including murder cases.

Our lawyers understand how intimidating it can be for someone facing criminal charges or dealing with sensitive family matters like divorce, child custody disputes, or other issues such as wills and estates. We guarantee our clients will receive personal attention from our staff throughout their case process. Contact us today at 918-553-5771 for a free consultation to discuss how we may assist you with your legal matter in Tulsa, Oklahoma and the surrounding areas.

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Child Support
Child Support
A monetary payment made by one parent to the other for the care and education of their shared children.
DUI defense attorneys defend clients accused of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Divorce is the legal dissolution of a marriage that includes asset division, child custody arrangements, and potential alimony payments.
Father’s Rights
In a child custody arrangement, fathers may be entitled to certain rights, such as regular visitation and participation in decision-making.
The legal practice dedicated to defending the rights of people accused of serious crimes such as murder, rape, robbery, drug trafficking, and burglary.
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What Complications During a Divorce Can a Family Lawyer Help With?

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Divorce is a complicated process that can quickly spiral out of control if not handled with care and experience. A family lawyer can help by providing support, guidance, and representation regarding divorce matters. This can range from helping untangle the complications that often arise during a divorce to mediating discussions between parties to reach an amicable agreement.

Regarding financial issues, a family lawyer can help set up spousal support agreements, divide assets equitably, and establish child support payments for any minors involved. They also have the knowledge to ensure all taxes are paid correctly throughout the divorce process. In addition, they can help advise on issues related to retirement funds, investments, and other complex financial concerns.

Experienced family lawyers are adept at assisting with negotiations that may otherwise be difficult due to the emotions involved. Having an experienced attorney present can often help create an atmosphere of productive discourse, which is essential when it comes time for making decisions involving the children’s welfare or other sensitive topics.

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What Does a Criminal Defense Attorney Do?

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A criminal defense attorney is a lawyer whose job is to defend people who have been charged with a crime. An experienced criminal defense attorney can investigate the alleged incident, research laws, argue motions before the court, negotiate plea agreements with prosecutors, and represent clients in the courtroom. The goal of a criminal defense attorney is to protect their client’s legal rights after a criminal charge, build a strong case for their defense, reduce any potential penalties and obtain the best outcome possible.

Parsons, Graham & Day, LLC has some of the most experienced criminal defense attorneys in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. From the moment of your arrest until the final resolution of your case, our attorneys will be by your side every step of the way, fighting relentlessly on your behalf. We have decades of experience collectively defending people all over the state, so we know how to get justice for our clients. Our firm is a great place for those when seeking legal help!

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How Can a Criminal Conviction Impact My Life?

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Being accused and charged with a crime can drastically impact your life. It could lead to fines, incarceration, and loss of rights and privileges. Even if you are not given jail time or other physical repercussions, the social stigma associated with a criminal record may be difficult to overcome.

A criminal conviction is likely to affect future job opportunities as many employers require applicants to disclose any criminal convictions they may have had in their past. These records can also cause an individual’s professional reputation to suffer and negatively influence relationships with family members, friends, and members of the community.

Individuals facing certain types of felony convictions may lose the right to vote or become ineligible for certain government benefits, such as government housing assistance programs and student loan forgiveness programs. Furthermore, depending on the type of crime committed, too many minor traffic offenses could lead you into habitual violator status, where your license will be revoked for several years.

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Why Choose Us?

Will My Family Law Case End Up in Court?

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At Parsons, Graham & Day, LLC, we strive to resolve each family law matter through early dispute resolution and out-of-court settlements. Every client deserves a cost-effective approach, yet sometimes a case requires judicial intervention and the presentation of evidence to a judge. If settlement negotiations cannot reach an agreement or if special circumstances exist that require judicial intervention – such as orders regarding guardianship or restraining orders – then the case may have to go before a judge in a court of law.

If your situation requires court action, our experienced lawyers have the skill set necessary to represent you in the courtroom while aiming for a just conclusion. Our team is here to assist with navigating all aspects of family law so that you receive only quality representation from start to finish. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you with any family law matters you may face!

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Can Hiring a Criminal Defense or Family Lawyer Make a Difference for Me?

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When you hire Parsons, Graham & Day, LLC, we will provide you with the legal representation and advocacy needed to navigate the tricky systems of law, which can be difficult for a layperson to understand. Our lawyers have years of experience successfully representing clients facing criminal charges or involved in family disputes such as divorce, custody battles, child support issues, and more. We are committed to fighting for the best possible outcome in each case so that our clients get justice served swiftly and fairly.

Whether you need help in a family law battle or assistance in formulating an effective defense strategy in a criminal matter – we are here for you. Let us put our knowledge and resources at your disposal so that you can confidently move forward. Call 918-553-5771 for a free consultation. As our client, your rights are well protected by highly skilled legal professionals at every turn!

Frequently Asked Questions
What Are the Primary Differences Between State and Federal Criminal Laws?

State and federal criminal laws differ in terms of jurisdiction, scope, and penalties. State laws apply to crimes committed within a state’s boundaries and are enforced by local or state authorities. On the other hand, federal laws cover offenses that cross state lines, involve federal property, or violate federal statutes and are enforced by federal agencies such as the FBI. Federal courts often impose more severe penalties than state courts. Our legal team has extensive experience handling state and federal cases, ensuring you receive knowledgeable representation regardless of the crime.

How Does Parsons, Graham & Day, LLC Approach Criminal Defense Cases?

Our legal team employs a comprehensive approach when handling criminal defense cases. We begin by thoroughly investigating each case, analyzing evidence, interviewing witnesses, and exploring all possible defenses. Innocent until proven guilty is the staple by which our criminal defense team operates. Our experienced attorneys also stay up-to-date with the latest developments in criminal law, ensuring that we can effectively challenge any procedural errors or violations of your constitutional rights. We strive to protect your freedom and reputation by building a strategic defense.

What is the Role of Evidence in Criminal Defense and Family Law Cases?

Evidence plays a crucial role in criminal defense and family law cases, as it helps establish facts, supports arguments, and ultimately influences the outcome of a case. Rules of evidence govern the admissibility of evidence in court, determining what information can be presented to the judge or jury. This includes factors such as relevance, reliability, and credibility. Our lawyers are well-versed in these rules and will work diligently to gather, analyze, and present compelling evidence on your behalf to strengthen your case and improve your chances of success.

How Can Our Law Firm Assist With Divorce, Child Custody, and Alimony?

Our compassionate attorneys understand family law disputes’ emotional and financial challenges, such as divorce, child custody, and alimony. We provide personalized guidance and support throughout the process, working closely with you to understand your goals and priorities. Our team is skilled in negotiating fair settlements and, when necessary, advocating for your best interests in court. We aim to minimize stress and achieve favorable client outcomes by combining our legal aptitude with a sensitive approach.

What Are Some Common Legal Problems in Criminal Defense Cases?

Common legal problems in criminal defense include unlawful searches and seizures, violations of constitutional rights (such as the right to counsel or protection against self-incrimination), improperly obtained confessions, and issues with eyewitness identification (such as suggestive lineups). These issues can significantly impact the strength of the prosecution’s case and may even result in the dismissal of charges. The lawyers on our team will scrutinize every aspect of your case to identify and challenge any such issues, working hard to protect your rights.

How Do We Approach High-conflict Child Custody Cases?

In high-conflict child custody cases, our family law attorneys prioritize the child’s best interests while advocating for our client’s parental rights. We approach these cases with a combination of empathy, assertiveness, and strategic planning, working closely with clients to develop effective negotiation and litigation strategies. Our team may collaborate with other professionals to strengthen our client’s positions and achieve favorable custody arrangements. Fathers have rights in these issues as well and can sometimes be overlooked.

What Are the Advantages or Disadvantages of a Plea Deal?

A plea bargain is an agreement reached between a defendant and a prosecutor in which the defendant agrees to plead guilty, or no contest, to some or all of the charges against them in exchange for a less severe sentence than they would have received if they had gone to trial. Plea bargains can benefit both sides of a criminal case by resulting in a much shorter trial and avoiding the risk of harsher punishment. However, plea bargains have some drawbacks that should be carefully considered before agreeing. One of the most significant disadvantages of a plea bargain is that it waives certain rights, such as the right to a trial and the right to appeal. Defendants who accept plea bargains are frequently required to enter guilty or no-contest pleas without knowing the specifics of the charges against them or the evidence that prosecutors have. As a result, defendants may receive harsher sentences than if they had gone to trial.

What Can I Expect When Working With Parsons, Graham & Day, LLC?

When you choose us for your criminal defense or family law needs, you can expect personalized attention, clear communication, and dedicated representation from our experienced legal team. From the initial consultation to the final resolution, we will keep you informed about the progress of your case, answer your questions, and address any concerns you may have. Our attorneys are committed to providing exceptional client service. Former clients have praised our knowledge, professionalism, and dedication to their cases. Contact us today, no matter what criminal or family law issue you face.