Accused Of Public Intoxication?

In Oklahoma, public intoxication is defined as "disturbing the peace of any other person" as a result of consuming alcoholic beverages or any other intoxicating substance. This is a misdemeanor charge and usually results in a fine of up to $100. While this may not seem like a big deal, a misdemeanor still shows up on a background check, demonstrating that you have a criminal record. This may affect your ability to get a job, apply for school or get a loan. In addition, having a misdemeanor on your record may impact sentencing if you are ever arrested on any other charge. You do not need to let one small mistake negatively affect your future.

At Nichols Law Firm, our Norman public intoxication lawyers will defend your rights and protect your future. Drew Nichols and Rebekah C. Taylor are both former prosecutors with extensive trial experience. They know the law from "both sides of the aisle" and will use that knowledge in your defense.

Drunk In Public And Disorderly Conduct — Defense Lawyers In Norman And Wewoka

Our attorneys will review all of the evidence in your criminal case, looking for any extenuating circumstances or incidents of police misconduct or mistakes on the part of the arresting officer. We will work diligently to prevent a momentary overindulgence from affecting the rest of your life. Our goal is the best possible outcome in your case.

Experienced, Diligent Defense For Charges Of Public Intoxication

You don't need to let a small charge affect your life negatively. Instead, stand up for your rights. Call us at 405-217-4118 or send us an email to discuss your circumstances.