Tulsa Attorney BlogArson Case Dismissed at Preliminary Hearing

State’s Evidence Was Insufficient

Video Transcript: Hello, my name is Jason Lile. I’m an attorney with the Wirth Law Office and I wanted to talk to you today about what you can do if you’re accused of a crime. I am a criminal defense attorney here with this firm and if you’re accused of a crime, it can be a scary time, it can be confusing if you’re not an attorney. You could be facing jail time. It can affect your employment or your reputation and you definitely need help. I would encourage you to contact us and I wanted, by way of an example of a recent case, to give you an idea of what we can do for you.

Recently we had a client who was facing a fourth-degree arson charge in Muskogee County, that does carry with it jail time, it is a felony. In this case, she was accused of this arson by her ex-husband. She didn’t do this crime, but the district attorney was determined to prosecute her and potentially put her in jail for this and this was very scary for her and her family.

She needed an attorney who was determined and knowledgeable and skilled enough to collect the evidence that the district attorney needed to see to prove that she did not commit this crime she was accused of. Nonetheless, the district attorney is tough on crime and so he insisted on prosecuting this and we took it to a preliminary hearing, where we showed the judge the evidence that was necessary to convince him that she did not commit this crime.

Her case was dismissed and this was a wonderful result for her and her family. We want to let you know that we have the skills and knowledge as trial attorneys and criminal defense attorneys to do the same thing for you.

If you need help in the Wagoner, Muskogee, or Tulsa, or in the Northeastern Oklahoma area because you’ve been accused of a crime, I would encourage you to call us. My name is Jason Lile. You can reach us at 918-913-0725 and we will help you during a time that’s scary like that as well. Thank you. Have a good day.

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