Address620 North Robinson
405-313-0610 (cell-after hours)
Personal attention is devoted to every client that is represented by the Franklin Law Firm, P.C. It is extremely important that you, as a client , understand the legal proceeding that is being waged against you by the government, and it is a priority to communicate with you. This attention and devotion to thoroughly preparing a client’s defense is reflected in the positive results that Marna Franklin obtains. She interviews witnesses, visits alleged crime scenes, and consults with expert witnesses. Also, she thoroughly researches and briefs legal issues regarding constitutional violations committed by law enforcement and prosecutors. Her main focus is to obtain the absolute best outcome possible for you.
We successfully represent clients in both the federal and state courts, against the following:
In 2014, Ms. Franklin obtained a dismissal of a Federal Indictment in a Conspiracy to Distribute CDS.
Former clients have included individuals accused of drug trafficking offenses. In 2009, an acquittal was obtained in a federal Possession of CDS with Intent to Distribute for a “Career Offender” whom was facing 35 years of incarceration. In 2013, an acquittal was obtained in a state Possession of CDS with Intent to Distribute, AFCF. The accused was facing a sentence of life, and the police allegedly had a controlled buy and confession. Also in 2013, a dismissal was obtained for a federal client charged with Conspiracy to Possess CDS with Intent and Maintaining Premises for Distribution. The gentleman was facing years in federal prison, the forfeiture of his land, deportation and the loss of his family in America.
Client evaluations are always sought at the conclusion of representation. Ms. Franklin consistently receives “Superior” ratings in:
In Federal Court, the presentation of mitigation in support of a Motion for Variance or Departure from a guideline sentence is crucial. Ms. Franklin has a proven record in successfully representing federal clients by consistently obtaining below-guideline sentences.
In 2015, Ms. Franklin obtained an acquittal in the Northern District of Oklahoma for her client charged with two counts of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon on Indian Country. Her client was accused of assaulting two individuals with the butt of a shotgun. The jury returning verdicts of Not Guilty was a result of Ms. Franklin’s crime scene investigation, thorough preparation and relentless cross examination of the witnesses.