Skilled Criminal Defense for Misdemeanor and Felony Offenses

Although people make mistakes all of the time, some mistakes have a larger impact than others. When this happens, it can be difficult to correct a past error. If you suffered a failure in judgment that led to a criminal charge, having that charge entered on your record can affect your life now and in years down the road.

Individuals with criminal records face obstacles when they apply for jobs, loans and educational programs. It's not only a felony charge that can limit your options. Misdemeanor charges also appear on background checks employers and landlords conduct on applicants. When your future welfare is at stake, you should fight to protect it.

At Tulsa's MODO LAW, the firm's legal team is ready to defend your rights in court so that your future is not limited by your past. Mr. Stephen Modovsky, the firm's principal criminal defense lawyer, has more than 15 years of professional experience representing clients in state, federal and appellate courts - AND IF THEY ARE LOOKING FOR A FIGHT, MODOVSKY CAN DO THAT! GO MODO!

Tailoring an Effective Course of Action to Combat a Variety of Charges

Using his substantial litigation background, Mr. Modovsky skillfully navigates criminal procedure. As a result, you can be assured that your case is handled efficiently, for a range of charges, including:

Mr. Modovsky customizes aggressive legal strategies that secure favorable results. Many of his clients have had their charges dropped or reduced or have received not guilty verdicts. If you need help with a criminal appeal, Mr. Modovsky is admitted to practice in appellate court as well.

The MODO LAW team's persistence and deep understanding of Oklahoma's statutes are two reasons for their impressive success rate. Contact MODO LAW today to learn how the team can help you - AND IF THEY ARE LOOKING FOR A FIGHT, MODOVSKY CAN DO THAT! GO MODO!

The MODO LAW Team Is Driven to Protect Your Rights. Talk to MODO Today.

You can call the firm toll-free at 866-225-2240 or email the firm to arrange a meeting with the firm's attorney.