Criminal Defense Services
Being charged with a criminal offense in Oklahoma can be scary. Even a relatively low-level misdemeanor could impact your freedom, your finances, or your community standing. Representation as a defendant can make the difference between having the opportunity to rectify a mistake or a misunderstanding or suffering penalties that are far harsher.
Sheila Shoemake is the founder of Shoemake Law Firm. She has worked as a public defender, which has given her extensive experience in defending clients facing a range of state or local-level charges. She is diligent in doing research for your case. Sheila can be an assertive litigator on your behalf, and she is persistent in seeking negotiated solutions if that is possible.
Sheila's family has been involved in the legal system for three generations. Her brother is a lawyer, her father practiced law for many years in Pawhuska, and her grandfather was a judge in Bryan County. She has seen how proper legal representation can assist those in Oklahoma County faced with criminal charges or those grappling with a family law matter such as divorce.
Protecting Your Due Process Rights, No Matter What The Charge Is
As a defense attorney, Sheila Shoemake works with clients faced with both misdemeanors and felonies. Some of the charges she has handled include, but are not limited to:
When she represents you as a client, Attorney Shoemake listens to your side of the story, examines the prosecution's evidence against you, and searches for innovative solutions that will provide the most optimal outcome for you. She has an excellent rapport with many district attorneys due to her previous public defender work, which enhances her ability to negotiate on your behalf.
Trust Your Criminal Defense To An Attorney Who Cares About You
Building trusting, honest relationships with every client is key to Sheila's practice. She works with clients across Oklahoma, including individuals and families in Enid, Lawton, Chandler, and Cleveland County. Call Shoemake Law Firm today to set up a complimentary initial appointment.