Call us now ! Send us an email S Yale Ave Tulsa United States

Back to Top

Call Us Today!
(918) 492-3481
Call Us Today!
(918) 492-3481

Criminal Law

Your attorney should be someone you can depend on and trust. When you are going through a difficult legal matter, Ricki Replin will explain the legal process to you and aggressively advocate for your rights.
According to, a division of Thomson Reuters, you should expect the following from your Criminal Attorney:
legal defense in Tulsa, OK
  • Negotiate "deals" with prosecutors, often arranging for reduced charges and lesser sentencing (by contrast, prosecutors may be uncooperative with self-represented defendants)
  • Formulate sentencing programs tailored to a client's specific needs, often helping defendants avoid future brushes with the criminal justice system
  • Help defendants cope with the feelings of fear, embarrassment and reduced self-esteem that criminal charges tend to produce in many people
  • Provide defendants with a reality checkā€”a knowledgeable, objective perspective on their situation and what is likely to happen should their cases go to trial. This perspective is vital for defendants trying to decide whether to accept a prosecutor's offered "plea bargain"
  • Are familiar with important legal rules more than people representing themselves, which is important, because many criminal law rules are hidden away in court interpretations of federal and state constitutions (for example, understanding what may constitute an "unreasonable search and seizure" often requires familiarity with a vast array of state and federal appellate court opinions)
  • Are familiar with local court customs and procedures that aren't written down anywhere (for example, a defense lawyer may know which prosecutor has the "real" authority to settle a case, and what kinds of arguments are likely to appeal to that prosecutor)
  • Understand the possible "hidden costs" of pleading guilty
  • Gather information from prosecution witnesses, and hire and manage investigators, who may be able to believably impeach (contradict) prosecution witnesses who embellish or change their stories at trial
As a client, you are priority number one. Your satisfaction with the outcome of your case is the ultimate goal. Call (918) 492-3481 to schedule an appointment to discuss your case. Ricki M. Replin, Attorney at Law ensures that any phone call, if not immediately answered, will be returned
within twelve hours.