Don’t Let A Mistake Ruin Your Future
When anyone is arrested and charged with a crime, they face tremendous implications for their future. However, when a college student is arrested, the impacts can be devastating on their academic, professional and personal life.
If you or your child faces criminal charges, you need to work with an attorney who understands what college students have at stake. The criminal defense attorneys at Swain Law Group, located in Norman near the University of Oklahoma, have years of experience helping students move forward after a criminal charge. We work tirelessly to defend students’ rights and futures in the face of criminal accusations.
College Students Face More Consequences Beyond The Legal System
Regardless of the perpetrator’s age, Oklahoma punishes crimes seriously. Many college students may think that a judge will show leniency due to age and inexperience. However, this is rarely the case. Whether the arrest is for a DUI or shoplifting, you need an attorney who knows how to fight for you.
Common crimes that college students are arrested for include:
For college students, a criminal conviction not only leads to legal consequences but also to disciplinary action from your educational institution. Your college can take suspension and expulsion measures against you for even seemingly minor infractions. You may also lose your financial aid and scholarships, access to student housing and face removal from sports teams or other organizations.
With the stakes so high, you can’t take a risk and try to fight the charges on your own. Our team at Swain Law Group understands the hardships a criminal conviction can cause. We will work tirelessly to present a defense on your behalf that advocates for the most favorable outcome.
We Will Fight For Your Chance At The Future You Planned For
You spent years studying and working hard to get to where you are. A simple mistake or misstep should not take away your future. The college student defense attorneys at Swain Law Group are ready to fight for your rights and future. Contact our Norman office to schedule a free consultation by calling 405-546-1292 or completing our online contact form.