Frequently Asked Questions

Answers From Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Lawyers

At Saint & Watzke, PLLP, we are proud to serve clients with the highest caliber of legal representation. We know that you are facing a challenging time in your life, whether you are researching a criminal defense attorney or personal injury attorney in Broken Arrow. This is why we want to provide answers to frequently answered questions in order to keep you most informed. We look forward to getting to know you as our client, and will work tirelessly to win the best possible outcome for your case should you choose to retain our firm.

Get to know Saint & Watzke, PLLP and learn more about the legal services we offer. Call us at your earliest convenience at (918) 721-0998. We serve Sapulpa, Broken Arrow, and Creek County with dedicated legal support.

  • What Criminal Defense Cases Do You Take?

    We serve clients facing DUI, drug possession, felony crimes, theft crimes, and violent crimes charges. If you have a question about another type of criminal defense case you'd like us to discuss with you, please fill out a free case evaluation and include as many details as possible. No case is too big or too small for us to take on. We can fight for your rights.
  • What Personal Injury Cases Do You Take?

    We represent clients who are the victims of car or motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, slip and fall, truck accidents, product liability, and traumatic brain injury cases. If you are not certain what category your injury falls under, please feel free to call us at (918) 721-0998. We can go over your case in detail and provide you with advice on how to best move forward.
  • What Constitutes Negligence in Personal Injury Cases?

    Negligence is described as a behavior or action that did not live up to a reasonable standard of safety or could have easily been prevented. In personal injury cases, negligence must be proven in order to obtain compensation, but this can be difficult without the help of an experienced injury lawyer.
  • Can You Get Me a Reduced Sentence for Criminal Charges?

    The short answer? Maybe. So many different factors go into a criminal defense case, but your sentence will depend largely on the severity of your crime and the tenacity of your legal representation. When you have an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side, you can greatly increase your chances of getting a reduced sentence since an attorney knows exactly what things to focus on in your case.
  • Who Are the Attorneys at Saint & Watzke, PLLP?

    Our lawyers are both second career attorneys. With Attorney Saint working as a former firefighter and Attorney Watzke as a former police officer, they have seen time and time again the disastrous consequences that result from unforeseen, unintended, or unanticipated life events. Those experiences have shaped their approach towards each of their client's legal issues in a way that most attorneys cannot. Our attorneys understand firsthand the difficulties that arise when someone is injured in a car wreck or are arrested by the police. It is with that experience and ability to relate to each client's situation that sets Saint & Watzke, PLLP apart from most firms.
  • How Does the Firm Prepare for a Case?

    Every case that goes to trial gets the same amount of preparation. A murder trial is the same as a DUI trial in that you have to effectively write and argue pre-trial motions, be prepared to pick a jury, deliver a strong opening and closing argument, cross examine witnesses and make the government prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. On top of that, we spend extensive time with the client explaining the pros and cons of going to trial and if they choose to go to trial we walk them through each and every aspect of the process. Nobody knows their case better than the client so we take the time to listen to our clients which allows us to effectively litigate on their behalf.

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