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The Differences Between a Robbery Charge and a Burglary Charge

Robbery and burglary are both felonies in Oklahoma. While the terms sometimes used interchangeably, they are not the same. Each crime has different elements and punishments. In some cases, a defendant can be charged with both robbery and burglary, but the charges are independent from one another. The primary difference between robbery and burglary is Read More

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What is Oklahoma’s “Clean Slate” Bill and How Does it Affect Your Ability to File for Expungement?

Having a criminal record can make it difficult to pass a background check and, in turn, can make it difficult to secure housing, employment, security clearances and gain professional licenses. Oklahoma joined a growing list of states in 2022 when it passed a “clean slate” bill, which will automatically expunge eligible criminal records starting in Read More

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The Difference Between Sexual Assault and Sexual Battery

The state of Oklahoma routinely brings criminal charges against people for sexual battery and sexual assault. Although there is a great deal of overlap in the details of each crime and the punishments for each, sexual assault and sexual battery are charged differently under state law. Sexual battery is a serious felony. The elements of Read More

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Understanding the Difference Between an Assault and an Aggravated Assault Charge

In Oklahoma, a person can be charged with either assault or aggravated assault, depending on what exactly occurred. It is important to understand the difference between the two crimes, as the penalties for aggravated assault are much more severe. Assault, also known as simple assault, covers a wide range of conduct. A person can be Read More

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