So you're admitting to committing a crime but want the judge to consider some punishment other than that recommended by the district attorney. If you wanted to get wiped out (get greater punishment than might otherwise be justified) what would you do? (To be clear: DON'T DO ANY OF THIS.)
Oklahoma law provides several ways that law-enforcement can legally search your vehicle.
So you heard that your friend had his charges dropped and you saw on television where a victim contacted the police to drop the charges. What does that mean?
In Oklahoma, generally speaking, if you are being assaulted by another then you have the right to defend yourself. There are a couple of Oklahoma statutes that authorize such defense; one applies to using non-deadly force in defense of yourself and the other applies to using deadly force. Today I'm going to talk about using non-deadly force and how it applies to defending yourself against an accusation that you've committed a crime.