Tracy Tiernan - December 8, 2019 - Criminal Defense

If you have been charged with a criminal offense in Oklahoma, the prosecution must establish beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the offense before you can be convicted. The facts of the alleged offense are critical in deciding the outcome of your case. The following will review seven of the facts that most often […]

Tracy Tiernan - November 15, 2019 - Criminal Defense

Most people use the term ‘driving under the influence’ (DUI) to refer to motor vehicle drivers who operate vehicles while intoxicated. This, however, is not always the situation. Another group of people uses the phrase ‘driving while intoxicated’ (DWI) interchangeably with DUI, which is also not true.  If you have been charged with either of […]

Tracy Tiernan - October 7, 2019 - Criminal Defense

As technology develops, some activities that once seemed novel are becoming commonplace. Sexting might not seem like a big deal and it occurs at a substantial rate among teens, but the act can result in serious criminal penalties. Sexting refers to sharing sexually explicit images or messages through web-communication devices. While Oklahoma has not yet […]