Media’s Go-To Source for Oklahoma Legal Info
Wirth Law Office recently earned notice in a renowned nationwide publication as a result of our ongoing commitment to providing free online legal information. Newsweek cited Wirth Law Office in an article about alleged animal abuse by an employee of a Tulsa dog groomer.
The man was charged with felony animal abuse after the employer contacted Tulsa police about a dog that had died. Newsweek turned to Wirth Law Office’s extensive online collection of articles about Oklahoma law to learn exactly what state statutes say about animal abuse. Read the Newsweek article here: Tulsa Attorney Explains Oklahoma Animal Abuse Laws.
Legal Information: It’s What We Do
Online publications are one of several ways Wirth Law Office provides free legal information to Oklahoma residents. Wirth Law Office attorneys often appear in local TV or radio reports, in newspapers and in online publications. Besides online videos, Web articles and media appearances law office attorneys and staff consult with callers or visitors on a daily basis about particular legal questions.
Some of those callers and visitors eventually become clients. Others learn what they need to know and are able to move forward with the assurance they have reliable information about their legal matter.
Let Wirth Law Office Help You
Wirth Law Office Oklahoma criminal defense attorneys are dedicated to providing comprehensive legal resources to individuals seeking information on various legal matters, including animal abuse. Our Tulsa law firm‘s extensive online collection of articles on Oklahoma law can help you understand your rights and obligations when facing criminal charges.
If you have concerns about criminal charges or need legal advice regarding an animal-related issue, our experienced criminal defense attorneys are here to help. Contact us today for a free consultation at 918-879-1681 and let us guide you through the legal process while providing the information you need to make informed decisions.