Laura Neal is a criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma. Once the government, either State or Federal, has decided to prosecute a person for a crime, this is often one of the most terrifying times in a person’s life. The pressure of prison is looming and can often be overwhelming for families and individuals. 

Criminal Defense Attorney in Oklahoma

June 2022: Laura Neal Named As One of The Top Criminal Defense Lawyers in Oklahoma City

Behind every case is a story.

Criminal Defense, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights

Attorney Laura Neal, criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma, is passionate about fighting for her client’s rights. She was born and raised in the UK, but came to the US to work on death penalty cases in the public defender’s office. Neal has been in practice for 8 years and has tried a multitude of cases including:


years of practice
Case Wins
No Sentence verdicts

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Laura Neal specializes as a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Oklahoma. Explore the practice areas that suit your needs. 

criminal charges

Under Investigation

Civil Forfeiture

federal cases


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civil litigation

Laura Neal
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Laura was able to get my 16 year old son the minimum sentence for armed robbery, which only put him on probation for 6 months.
Oklahoma City, OK
Very quickly, Laura had my record expunged, which allowed me to confidently apply for the job that now supports my wife and our two children.
Oklahoma City, OK
I hired Laura Neal to help me resolve an insurance claim and I couldn’t be happier with my experience. She is incredibly responsive and very professional. I will certainly be using her for future issues.
Oklahoma City, OK


A Victim Protective Order (VPO) is a civil remedy that is available to people who are victims of violent or harassing behavior in order to keep such persons away from the victim. The victim, known as the Petitioner, in a VPO case must file for a Protection Order with the court...
There is no such thing as a minor charge. Even if you have been charged with a misdemeanor offense, the consequences of a conviction could follow you for the rest of your life. For this reason I, as your lawyer, will take the time to learn about your charges and any defenses that may be available to...
No. You never have to speak to a police officer, that is your constitutional right. Police officers lie and try to trick people into confessing to crimes. It is best to say nothing and hire a lawyer like myself to navigate the waters and deal with the police and prosecutors.
Proper medical attention must be your first priority, and then you should consult with an experienced personal injury attorney. I can assess your case and explain your legal options. You must be aware that there is often a time limit set by law...

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