Fassio Law helps people charged with DUI and Criminal Cases in Cleveland County. You would think court is court, but actually there are hundreds of courthouse locations in Oklahoma! Even if we narrow it down and just look at criminal courts, there are still lots of different courthouses that handle criminal matters.
There are multiple cities, towns, and municipalities located within Cleveland County. Many of these locations have their own municipal court system and courthouse.
We help people who are charged with a crime in Cleveland County State Court, and in city court locations within the County.
If you are arrested or charged with violating OKLAHOMA STATE LAW, and it is a criminal offense that allegedly occured in Cleveland County, charges will be filed in Cleveland County.
If you are arrested or charged with a MUNICIPAL or CITY LAW violation, charges will be filed in that city. For city court (also referred to as municipal court), most city/municipality locations have their own court system.
If you're not sure, you can usually look at your court paperwork and tell what entity has brought charges against you. If your paperwork says state of Oklahoma versus James Turner, then that means you have been charged by the state of Oklahoma with violating a state law and your court case will be in state court.
Fassio Law is a Cleveland County Criminal Defense Law Firm, ready to HELP YOU fight the criminal charges you are facing! Our Criminal Defense Attorneys can help you with many types of criminal charge. Click here to see our Areas of Practice Page for more information on the types of criminal charges and offenses that we defend.
Our criminal defense team can help you with Felony Charges or Misdemeanor Charges.
Many charges have misdemeanor and felony versions. For example, you could be charged with misdemeanor DUI or felony DUI, you could be charged with a misdemeanor Assault charge, or a felony Assault charge.
Have you been arrested or have a warrant for a crime! Contact the Cleveland County Criminal Justice Attorneys at Fassio Law Today!