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If you’ve been charged with a crime, you need the kind of aggressive and experienced legal representation offered by the Oklahoma City Criminal Defense Lawyers at Chavers & Guhl LLP Criminal Defense Law Firm in OKC. Sam Chavers and Graham Guhl are two former Oklahoma County prosecutors with more than 36 years of combined legal experience in criminal law. Together our Oklahoma City Law Firm has tried more than 130 criminal jury trials. Call Chavers & Guhl LLP at (405) 609-2929 to schedule a free in-person consultation with our Oklahoma City Attorneys!
The Oklahoma City Criminal Defense Attorneys/Criminal Defense Lawyers at Chavers & Guhl LLP have tried more than 130 criminal jury trials including, but not limited to:
If you’ve been accused of a crime, hiring an experienced Oklahoma City Criminal Defense Attorney is critical to your defense. You may be facing severe consequences: the loss of your job, your reputation, your family, and your freedom. You may be feeling scared or overwhelmed by what you are facing and not sure what your next move should be, and you deserve aggressive, professional, and personalized representation. You shouldn’t trust your case to just any Oklahoma Lawyer — you want a lawyer with experience who will work hard for you.
Chavers & Guhl LLP are Oklahoma City Criminal Defense Attorneys with a proven track record for obtaining the best results possible. Whether you are facing a traffic violation, a DUI, or a drug-trafficking charge, the lawyers at Chavers & Guhl LLP in OKC are here for you. Contact our Oklahoma City Criminal Lawyers today for your free in-person case evaluation.
Some Client Reviews:
“Sam Chavers is a wonderful attorney and handled my case in a very professional manner. He got me a great result and I would recommend him to anyone who has a difficult case and needs a good attorney.”
“Graham Guhl is an outstanding attorney. He worked extremely hard and always went out of his way to talk to me regarding my questions or concerns.”