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One of the many places where Oklahoma’s notorious "sooners" took up residence, Oklahoma County is today the home of Oklahoma City, the capital of Oklahoma. In the late 1880s over 10,000 homesteaders built a tent city in Oklahoma County in less then a day in anticipation of a land run, forever cementing Oklahoma County as a major population center in the state.
Oklahoma County can assist you with any legal issue you may be facing, including criminal defense, personal injury, bankruptcy, family law, real estate, and many more.
Oklahoma County residents will all remember the trial and execution of Timothy McVeigh, the bomber of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Timothy McVeigh’s trial began in Oklahoma City, but was moved to Denver, Colorado. He was sentenced to death and eventually executed.
No matter the size or importance of your case, you will want an attorney in Oklahoma County familiar with the Oklahoma County Court
System. The Oklahoma County Court system is the largest in the state and is where most cases in Oklahoma County will begin.
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