First-degree murder is punishable by death or life in prison in Oklahoma. For second-degree murder, you could face 10 years to life in prison.
Felony manslaughter in Oklahoma can land you in state prison for two to four years for a second-degree conviction and more than four years for a first-degree conviction.
Assault and Battery
Assault and battery charges can vary widely in Oklahoma, depending on whether you allegedly used a weapon, whether the incident is considered domestic abuse and various other factors.
In Oklahoma, domestic violence is an assault, battery, or both against a current or former spouse, family member, romantic partner, roommate, or co-parent. A first offense with no aggravating factors is usually a misdemeanor. However, if there is a pattern of abuse, a child was present, the alleged victim was pregnant, or the alleged victim suffered great bodily harm, the charge and associated penalties can become much more serious.