Top Sallisaw Sex Crime Lawyers - Oklahoma

  • Mailing Address Only,15181 Fox Run Drive Claremore OK 74017 36.358727 -95.55828

    Gene Haynes, Attorney at Law, located in Claremore, Oklahoma, is committed to serving clients in northeastern Oklahoma. Coming to private practice with 30 years of experience, 20 of which were spent as the elected District Attorney for Rogers, Mayes and Craig Counties, Haynes is particularly knowledgeable about legal matters. While Haynes has a general practice law firm, he focuses in the areas of...

  • 2509 East 21st Street Tulsa OK 74114 36.13358 -95.955574

    The Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy serves clients in Oklahoma state and federal courts in the areas of divorce, child custody, allegations of abuse, criminal defense, catastrophic injury and select employment cases. Every lawyer at the firm is a trial lawyer with litigation and trial experience in the firm's practice areas. The Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy is different from other firms in its...

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    320 South Boston Avenue,Suite 1026 Tulsa OK 74103 36.153263 -95.98991

    It Gets Better...We Can Help.   At the Tulsa law firm of Mauldin & Bennett, PLLC, we are proud to offer the services of two former prosecutors who truly know their way around the Oklahoma courtrooms. You can count on our lawyers to provide the representation you need in any of the following areas: Family law — Attorney John P. Bennett focuses his practice primarily on domestic...

  • 200 South Wewoka Ave.,Suite 200 Wewoka OK 74884 35.1576 -96.4913

    Compassionate, Results-Driven Personal Injury, Defense and Family Lawyers Are you dealing with physical pain, emotional stress and financial pressures after a serious car accident? Have you been charged with a crime that could take you away from your family for years or have other life-changing consequences? Are you considering divorce but overwhelmed by decisions you must make on issues such as...

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