Defining Against a Kidnapping Charge in Oklahoma
If you’ve been charged with kidnapping—even if you believe the incident was a simple misunderstanding between you and your spouse—you need to consult an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Do not take chances when your freedom and your future are at stake.
To defend against a kidnapping charge, you must be able to prove one or more of the following:
- You did not act unlawfully.
- You did not act with intent.
- You did not act against the will of the victim.
Prosecutors will frequently overcharge defendants to scare them into pleading guilty to a lesser crime. While a plea bargain may be the appropriate course of action for your case, you should not agree to anything until you’ve had all options evaluated by a criminal defense attorney. Your attorney will evaluate the evidence against you and determine the strength of the case to determine how to best achieve a favorable outcome.
At Berlin Defense, we are committed to providing aggressive representation for Oklahoma residents accused of violent crimes such as kidnapping—placing a special emphasis on crimes involving domestic violence or elements of coercive control in intimate partner relationships. The Berlin Defense System is a proprietary approach based on my two decades of experience defending clients accused of sex crimes, murder, firearms charges, drug offenses, and other serious crimes in Oklahoma. The steps are tailored to fit the unique circumstances of each case and have been shown to produce successful results again and again.
Have You Been Charged With a Violent Crime in the Tulsa, OK Area?
If you or a loved one has been charged with a violent crime in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, you need to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call 918.384.0850 for your initial strategy session. We are proud to serve Tulsa and all surrounding areas.