Douglas J. Smith, Attorney for the Smith Law Office, P.C., is an Experienced, Criminal Defense Attorney based in Norman, Oklahoma that has defended thousands of individuals in the Cleveland County and McClain County District. From start to finish, you can trust Douglas J. Smith to have the experience, knowledge and skill to defend your rights and freedom, no matter how complex your case may be.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS!
Criminal charges in Oklahoma generally fall into two (2) Categories; Misdemeanors and Felonies.
You have a Constitutional Right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, but you give up that right if you give the police permission to search your home, your car, or your person. The police need probable cause to conduct a search or to get a search warrant. If there is no probable cause to conduct a search, the police must have your permission in order to search. Do not consent to the search and call an experienced Trial Attorney immediately.
Never speak to the police without your Attorney present. Don’t try to explain anything to the police. When the police want to talk to you, it is not for your own good. If you are a suspect, the police are not there to help you, they are there to find enough evidence to charge you with a crime. Do not sign anything and call an experienced Trial Attorney immediately.
It is important that you trust your Attorney. Your Attorney defends and protects you from the massive resources of the criminal justice system, whether you are guilty or innocent. Your Attorney cannot give you effective legal advice if you withhold information. Anything you tell your Attorney is privileged. This rule applies to anything you tell your Attorney after it has happened. Your Attorney is there to PROTECT your rights.
If you have been accused of a crime, your freedom, family, representation and career may be at stake.
Douglas J. Smith is one of the best criminal attorney's in Norman who will make sure your situation are resolved. Mr. Smith has the experience and knowledge it takes to defend any felony or misdemeanor case.