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DUI Lawyers In Norman, Oklahoma

When Facing DUI Charges, You Need Effective Representation

If you’ve been pulled over for a DUI, it is imperative that you speak with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Schumacher Law Group has represented clients throughout Oklahoma for over 25 years. Our founding attorney, Tracy Schumacher, is a former judge and prosecutor for the district attorney’s office. Her unique knowledge is used to help clients navigate the complex legal system, and gain favorable outcomes for their cases.

Tenacious DUI Attorneys By Your Side

Notably, in 2019, the laws surrounding DUI charges in Oklahoma changed. There are no longer implied consent hearings. A first offense can result in a license revocation for six months. It is also possible that you will have to install an ignition interlock system in your vehicle. After a second or third arrest, the penalties become even more severe, at this point many people incur steep fines and years behind bars. We work within the criminal justice system to find alternative restitution for DUI offenses. When taken to trial, we seek favorable pleas with prosecutors or favorable verdicts from juries. This is why it is important to have someone who understands the law on your side; put your trust in the expertise of our criminal defense attorneys at Schumacher Law Group.

The Benefit Of Working With A Former Judge And Prosecutor

It’s a rare opportunity to work with a DUI defense lawyer who has also served as a judge and prosecutor. Lawyer Tracy Schumacher knows how to address DUI cases from all of these angles. Her experience in each of these roles gives her an insider’s understanding of how best to represent clients facing DUI charges. She understands all aspects of the proceedings, the law and the strategic maneuvers that are most likely to result in a successful resolution.

Why Choose Schumacher Law Group?

Simply put, we stand out. If you are facing a serious legal challengs in your life, you need someone who knows how to navigate the criminal court system on your behalf. Notably, our firm’s founding attorney Tracy Schumacher is a former district judge and former prosecutor in the district attorney’s office. As a district judge, Tracy presided over criminal, family law and civil cases. Tracy’s unique background helps Schumacher Law Group stand out among Oklahoma law firms. We have enjoyed a record of successful results for clients across the state, including Cleveland, Grady And McClain Counties.

College DUI Defense

Our team has worked with people from all walks of life. Due to our close proximity to The University of Oklahoma, we have experience handling cases for college students. We understand that much is at stake in these cases. We work hard to protect college students’ educational prospects as well as their reputation and future.

Meet Our DUI Defense Attorneys

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Justin Blake Conway

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Frequently Asked Questions About DUIs

What are the penalties for a DUI in Oklahoma?

You may face significant criminal consequences for a first time offense. In Oklahoma that means jail time of up to 1 year and/or a fine of up to $1000. However, a dui attorney can help you navigate alternative options such as probation, community service, fines, or installation of an ignition interlock device and loss of your driving privileges.

What are the penalties for Oklahoma college students facing DUIs?

You may face all of the criminal penalties associated with a DUI conviction and additional education-related consequences. The university has the ability to enforce penalties on top of the court system. This can range from contacting your parents or guardian to expelling you from the school entirely. It all depends on the specifics of your case, such as your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and your age.

Will a DUI stay on my criminal record?

You may be able to qualify for expungement of misdemeanor DUI records after a certain waiting period.

What makes a felony DUI in Oklahoma?

Felony DUI offenses in Oklahoma involve:

  • A repeat offense (within 10 years of a prior DUI conviction)
  • Child endangerment (a DUI with children in the vehicle)
  • Intoxicated driving that results in serious injuries to others

If the DUI resulted in loss of life, you could face felony manslaughter charges. Any type of felony DUI conviction will result in a significant impact on your rights and freedoms.

For Answers To Your Questions, Call Our Norman Oklahoma Office Today

Driving under the influence does not make you a bad person. Furthermore, remember that you have options. Our team of DUI defense attorneys will be honest about what you should expect. We offer clients a professional yet compassionate approach. If you are dealing with criminal charges, call our DUI defense law office in Norman, Oklahoma, at 405-389-2260 to learn more today. You can also fill out our contact form online. From our Norman, Oklahoma, office we represent clients in Cleveland, Grady and McClain counties.

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