When The Police Come, Do You Know What To Do?
Criminal Defense Attorney William H. Campbell has, in his thirty years, defended more than a thousand citizens from criminal charges in both State and Federal Courts. His commitment to protecting his clients from prosecutorial overreaching is unrelenting.
Attorney Campbell's passion and calling in life is to represent people, and in his hundreds of jury trials has never been a prosecutor.
WOULD YOU GO TO A DIVORCE LAWYER TO HANDLE YOUR FEDERAL CRIMINAL CASE?
Of course not. Why hire a State Court lawyer to handle a Federal Court case? If your case is pending in Federal Court you need a lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to immediately start to defend you. The penalties in Federal Court are as harsh as any in this country and the Federal Government intends to see that you get as much time as they can give you. Having an attorney with 30 years of Federal Criminal experience is a powerful weapon to have on your side. It's your life and your freedom. Get the right experience, right now. (for more information click here)
It is your life and freedom which are at stake. Criminal Defense Attorney Campbell understands your confusion, your fear and feelings of being overwhelmed when you are arrested and charged with a crime. The penalties which can be imposed are staggering. He understands that people make mistakes or sometimes get caught up in situations not of their making and that such conduct should not be punished so
Evaluating the situation, the strengths and weaknesses of the Prosecution's case and selecting the best course of action requires honest analysis and straight talk between you and your lawyer. Mr. Campbell prides himself on his record of straight talk with clients. No "false promises" extremes, just real advice for real problems. He will tell you what you need to know, not necessarily what you would
like to hear.
Contact him at 866-289-0514 or 405-778-3600 to arrange for a free consultation
While Attorney Campbell's practice is based in Oklahoma County he will go from McCurtain County to Cimarron, Sequoyah to Ellis, Love to Kay and Harmon to Ottawa counties.
Attorney Campbell has successfully defended thousands of individuals accused of
all manner of crimes including:
- Driving While Intoxicated
- White Collar Crime
- Assault and Battery
- Drug Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Drug Offenses
- Federal Crimes
- Gun Use Allegations
- Internet Crimes
- Juvenile Crimes
- Theft and Fraud
- I-35/I-40 Drug Traffic Stops
- Courts Martial
- Art. 15's
- Member Separating Boards
Most people have no idea what a crime is. A criminal offense is a creature of law, which is defined by a statute. The commission of an offense can be compared to making popcorn. An offense is comprised of elements just like popcorn is comprised of ingredients. To make popcorn you must have: the kernel, heat, some container or pan, without any of these there is no popcorn. Without any element of the offense there is no
crime. Many times one or more elements are missing when the client is interviewed by this office.
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Contact Attorney Campbell at 866-289-0514
or 405-778-3600 to arrange for a free consultation.