Oklahoma has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in the nation. It ranks highly in the number or women killed by men. It also has the country's highest incarceration rate of women, many of whom are victims of domestic violence punished for "allowing" the actions of their abusive partners. With high numbers of cases of domestic violence, stalking, and harassment in Oklahoma, Victim's Protective Orders, sometimes referred to as "restraining orders," have an important place in protecting those who are threatened with violence. Read More
EXPERIENCED OKLAHOMA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS
Bad things happen to good people, and we fully understand this fact of life. Consequently, when you contact the Law Offices of Adam R. Banner, P.C., we don’t treat you like a second-class citizen simply because you’ve been charged with a crime. To the contrary:
WE ARE HERE TO FIGHT YOUR FIGHT FOR YOU.
Our mission is simple: we want to reclaim your good-name and keep you out of harm’s way.
Based in Oklahoma City, the Law Offices of Adam R. Banner, P.C., is removed from the restrictions and pressures commonly associated with “bargain-bin” representation. We believe that criminal defense is a business of justice. As such, our approach to every case is different: innovative defense equals innovative solutions. We provide aggressive representation with a “never-back-down” demeanor regardless of the strategy employed. Although we will promise you nothing more than our absolute best effort, our best effort usually leads to excellent results:
WE WILL BE YOUR SHIELD AND YOUR SWORD.
We understand that the criminal process is very complicated and extremely stressful. With this in mind, our attorneys pride themselves on being not only your “lawyer,” but also your “counselor at law.” In the long run, you can’t afford to settle for a bargain-bin attorney who promises a quick and easy resolution. The legal profession is just like any other: you get what you pay for. At the Law Offices of Adam R. Banner, P.C., we believe that a good defense is always individually tailored to the specific circumstances. Therefore, our attorneys will work with you personally to understand your unique situation and exhaust any and all viable options to preserve your innocence. You will be treated as a human being and not merely another file in the cabinet.
We will never leave you in the dark;
We will never leave you unprepared;
We will always have your best interest at heart.
If you are fed up with attorneys who don’t keep you informed, then call the Law Offices of Adam R. Banner, P.C., today. We can schedule a time for you to come in and meet our team. If you prefer, we can also conduct your free confidential consultation over the phone instead. Our attorneys are extremely skilled in analyzing our clients’ situations and spotting any and all issues that may have a bearing on the prosecution. When you are charged with a crime in Oklahoma, you need a skilled, aggressive, and experienced attorney. You need the Law Offices of Adam R. Banner, P.C.
The Oklahoma Legal Group Blog
Last week, we were able to secure a not guilty verdict in an Oklahoma County jury trial. My client was charged with violating the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act, but now he is once again a free and innocent man. Read More
In 2013, Texas A&M University acquired the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas. Today, Texas A&M University School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association (Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar) and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). The Texas A&M law school boasts 38 full-time professors and several adjunct and visiting professors serving and educating 750 full-time and part-time law students. Read More
As I continue my conversations with the deans of law schools throughout Oklahoma, I spoke with Dean Joseph Harroz, Jr., with the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Dean Harroz is not only a part of OU law school, but he is also a university-wide administrator as Vice President of the University of Oklahoma. Read More
One week ago, Nebraska became the 19th state to abolish the death penalty. The state's decision came roughly a month before the United States Supreme Court is expected to release its decision about the constitutionality of the lethal injection protocol in Oklahoma. Read More
A recent Supreme Court decision that sounds like good news on the surface may have very little real-world applicability. Read More
As a criminal defense attorney, one of the last things I want to do is bring my work home with me. I grind out my daily workload either in the courtroom, on the road, or at my desk; when I leave the office, I want to be finished with the troubles of the judicial system for at least a few hours. I think that’s one of the reasons I never really got into “Breaking Bad”… even though I believe that every person is innocent until proven guilty and constitutionally entitled to a vigorous defense, it’s difficult to deal with methamphetamine cases during the day, just to go home and listen to methamphetamine cases in my small amount of leisure time. Read More
Oklahoma has lately been a hotbed of activity in matters relating to the death penalty. The state that invented the lethal injection as a means of execution is now having its methods questioned by the United States Supreme Court, and less than two weeks ago, Oklahoma approved yet another new method of execution. Read More
Innocent until proven guilty. That is the law of the land. Read More
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