Charged With Arson?

Under almost any circumstances, setting a fire or causing an explosion is treated very seriously under Oklahoma laws. Felony arson charges carrying harsh penalties may be filed whether the fire is alleged to have been caused intentionally or by recklessness and whether or not anyone was injured.

Any arson charge demands strong, experienced defense representation. Whether you or a loved one is accused of an act of vandalism, an attempt to collect insurance money or an intentional violent crime, you can turn to Nichols Dixon for caring guidance in this extremely pivotal time.

Skilled Negotiators And Veteran Felony Trial Lawyers

Skilled former prosecutors at this firm have extensive insight into how arson and other property crimes are handled by law enforcement and our area courts. You can count on attentive, dedicated advocacy whether your case calls for:

  • Thorough investigation, evidence analysis and trial representation to disprove mistaken arson allegations
  • Resourceful negotiation with prosecutors to minimize criminal consequences to the greatest possible extent and target restitution, community service, mental health counseling or other alternatives to a lengthy prison term

Turn To An Experienced Arson Defense Attorney: Norman And Wewoka Offices

Penalties in an Oklahoma arson case can reach 35 years in prison, with fines up to $25,000 under current laws. A felony conviction has sweeping consequences for future employment and other aspects of life, so it is critical to contact a caring, skilled defense lawyer as early in the legal process as possible.

From offices in Norman and Wewoka, our defense lawyers at this firm will treat you with respect and offer clear guidance, beginning with a consultation. Please call 405-217-4118 or send email now.