Although the name Fry & Elder has long been synonymous with family law excellence in the Tulsa area, the firm continues to grow and evolve. One spectrum of law the firm now emphasizes is Tulsa criminal law defense.
The firm features several attorneys with extensive experience in criminal law defense work, including James Caputo.
With a background in both law enforcement and as a judge, James Caputo brings a unique and dynamic skill set to Fry & Elder as a criminal law and family law attorney with the distinguished Tulsa law firm, which has been named to the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Law Firms List every year since 2014.
“I have the unique ability to draw from years of law enforcement, judicial experience and general practice of law to evaluate your case and represent your best interests,” Caputo says. “The opportunity to utilize my diverse skill set here at Fry & Elder is very rewarding. The firm is highly-regarded throughout the state.”
Fry & Elder attorneys Simon Harwood, Preston Bennett and James Morton also have background in providing Tulsa criminal law defense services to their clients.
“Much of the time family law and criminal law intersect,” Morton said. “You really see this with protective orders. Although they are often warranted, they have now become frequently used as leverage by spouses in complex, high-asset divorces.”
Led by Robert G Fry Jr., Fry & Elder has a notable track record of successfully defending those falsely accused of a protective order.
The well-known Tulsa law firm is also able to provide Tulsa criminal law defense services against those charged with DUI, cyberbullying crimes and federal criminal charges.
“Family law is something we are always going to focus on here,” Fry & Elder managing attorney Simon Harwood said. “But we want to continue to grow as a firm and expand our areas of service. One area where we feel there is a large potential for growth is in criminal defense.”
Contact Fry & Elder today to set up a personal consultation with a proven Tulsa criminal law defense attorney.
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