Violent Felonies

Violent Felonies in Oklahoma are defined in Oklahoma Statute Title 57 Section 571. These are some of the most serious offenses. and a conviction could lead to significant prison time, including mandatory time served in the Department of Corrections before being considered for parole. Some of these crimes are even on the 85% list for felony offenses which require 85% of the imposed sentence to be served in the Department of Corrections. If faced with any of these offenses, you need an experienced lawyer who will know the law and advocate for you. Erik has handled many violent felonies as a prosecutor, and will use that knowledge to help you in your case.

shooting with intent to kill poisoning with intent to kill assault with intent to kill

assault with intent to commit a felony assaults with a dangerous weapon while masked murder in the first degree

murder in the second degree manslaughter in the first degree manslaughter in the second degree

kidnapping burglary in the first degree burglary with explosives

kidnapping for extortion maiming robbery

robbery in the first degree robbery in the second degree armed robbery

robbery by two or more persons robbery w/ dangerous weapon or imitation firearm child abuse

wiring with explosives forcible sodomy rape in the first degree

rape in the second degree rape by instrumentation pointing firearms

rioting inciting to riot arson in the first degree

injuring or burning public buildings sabotage criminal syndicalism

extortion obtaining signature by extortion terrorism

mistreatment of a mental patient using a vehicle to facilitate the discharge of a weapon

bombing child pornography or aggravated child pornography

child prostitution abuse of a vulnerable adult

aggravated trafficking human trafficking

eluding a peace officer

aggravated assault and battery upon any person defending another person from assault and battery

seizure of a bus, discharging firearm or hurling missile at bus

use of a firearm or offensive weapon to commit or attempt to commit a felony,

lewd or indecent proposition or lewd or indecent act with a child under sixteen (16) years of age

assault, battery, or assault and battery with a dangerous or deadly weapon

assault, battery, or assault and battery with a deadly weapon or by other means likely to produce death or great bodily harm

aggravated assault and battery on a police officer, sheriff, highway patrolman, or any other officer of the law

domestic abuse by strangulation, domestic assault with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, or domestic assault and battery with a deadly weapon

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