What is qualifies as a Non-Violent Felony in Oklahoma?

In Oklahoma, you can expunge a felony conviction if certain requirements are met. Those requirements include: The felony was non-violentThe sentence ended five or more years ago (single conviction), orThe sentence ended ten or more years ago (two convictions)No...

Expunging Suspended Sentences and Deferred sentences

You may have heard the terms deferred sentence, suspended sentence, prison sentence, paper time… what do these all mean? In this blog post, we will explain the various types of sentencing in Oklahoma criminal cases, and how the type of sentence affects your ability to...

Expunging a Criminal Case that was dismissed in Oklahoma

If you were charged with a crime in any city or county in Oklahoma, then you will have a Record of Arrest and Prosecution (RAP sheet). Those records will be maintained at the police agency or sheriff’s office that effectuated the arrest, as well as at the court that...

Big Problem in Oklahoma: Too Many Criminal Records

Too many people are missing out on the good jobs, the good real estate, the good professional associations…even financial aid and college scholarships! All because they have an Oklahoma arrest record. As we’ve written about before, more people than you...

Can my case be expunged in Oklahoma?

You have made the decision to change your life by expunging your Oklahoma criminal record. Now you need to figure out if your case qualifies for expungement. And if so, can it be expunged now? Later this year? Or at another time in the future? This blog post will help...
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