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Sat, 09/13/2014 - 4:16pm
OKC

Childers & Motsinger, P.C. is proud to announce our new consolidated location in Bank of Oklahoma Plaza.  Our new address

  • 201 Robert S. Kerr, Suite 1001
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

Our other contact information and service areas remain unchanged.  Any questions should be directed to E. W. Childers at (405) 793-3332.

Thu, 08/28/2014 - 4:51pm
Bogus Check
Wed, 08/27/2014 - 2:10pm
Petition for Victim Protective Order

Our client was accused by his ex-wife of violating their Victim Protective Order when he showed up at her house to pick up the children.  He was allowed to do this by the terms of the orders in place.  His ex-wife complained that he backed his vehicle into her driveway so the children could load their stuff up.  Why this charge was filed... I don't really know.

C&M went into action by gathering witnesses and convincing the Assistant District Attorney to talk to them.  After talking with the Assistant District Attorney, the State has agreed to drop its case against our client.

Do you have a criminal issue that you need help with?  Call C&M today.

 

Tue, 08/05/2014 - 2:32pm
Marijuana

Drug “Trafficking” remains the only drug crime in Oklahoma that carries with it mandatory prison time, even for the first offense.  This harsh punishment is much tougher than the penalties for first-time offenders who commit even violent crimes.  Indeed, armed robbers, stabbers, drive-by shooters (“Using a Vehicle to facilitate the Intentional Discharge of a Firearm), and even those who MAKE methamphetamine are eligible for probation on their first and often second offense.  But beware, if it is proven beyond a reasonable doubt that you had within your “p

Tue, 07/29/2014 - 2:21pm
Probation

People who have had prior brushes with the law often want to know if they are eligible for probation.  This is perhaps one of the most complex questions within Oklahoma criminal defense law.  IN GENERAL, a person is not eligible for probation on a new felony crime if the have two or more previous felony convictions.  Note the word “felonies” as, again in general, misdemeanors neither impact a person’s eligibility for future probation nor are themselves ever crimes for which a person is probation ineligible.  That being said, the law is littered with excep

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