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Being arrested or charged with a crime is not only stressful but also terrifying. It is one of the most severe threats to your liberty and future prosperity. With so much on the line, you need a criminal defense attorney immediately. The most critical decision you will make when charged with a crime is who to hire as your criminal defense attorney. It is best if you have a criminal defense attorney whom you trust to investigate the charges and evaluate all defenses thoroughly. With experience in Oklahoma district and appellate courts, David A. Cincotta brings a far-reaching perspective to criminal defense.

Schedule a consultation to discuss your case with David A. Cincotta or submit an Intake Form and David A. Cincotta will review the form and be in contact with you shortly. 


From the moment of your arrest, your actions and statements can have a significant impact on your future. Hiring an experienced criminal defense lawyer provides you the best opportunity to protect your rights and avoid harmful mistakes. The Cincotta Law Office in Oklahoma City represents individuals facing criminal allegations in state and federal courts. We take on the police and prosecutors in cases involving alleged violent crimes, drunk driving, drug offenses, firearms charges, white-collar misconduct, and other types of accusations. Whether you are under investigation, are looking to negotiate a favorable plea agreement, or believe a trial is necessary, our goal is to secure a successful outcome for you.

No matter how minor an offense you believe the charges to be or how innocent you believe you are, you should not attempt to contact law enforcement or the prosecutor on your own. Let an experienced criminal defense attorney evaluate the facts of your case against the applicable laws and determine the best strategies and defenses for you. David A. Cincotta is a detail-oriented, dedicated, and extremely knowledgable criminal defense attorney with experience in all aspects of Oklahoma's criminal justice system. Let him put his comprehensive understanding of the criminal justice system to work for you and employ the best strategies and defenses for your case. 

David A. Cincotta knows the value of combining in-court advocacy, written motion practice, and strong negotiation skills to his role as a criminal defense attorney. He will address your case in the courtroom and on paper. Whether working for an acquittal, dismissal of charges, suppression of evidence, or a fair plea agreement for his client, David's approach as a criminal defense lawyer coordinates efforts inside and outside of the courtroom. He works tirelessly to identify every available defense, he is candid with his clients, and he evaluates and advises his clients on the best strategies and resolutions under the circumstances specific to each client.


Felonies are serious crimes that are often punishable by extended periods of incarceration. If you have been accused of a felony crime, there is no time to waste. We provide representation to clients facing charges involving:

  • Violent Crimes — Though the state does not separate felony crimes into separate classes or categories, some violent offenses, such as murder, child abuse, assault and battery with a deadly weapon, manslaughter, and rape, are subject to the "85 percent" rule, which requires the person sentenced to serve no less than 85% of the sentence imposed before being eligible for parole or release from prison. Many of these crimes also carry life in prison or life without the possibility of parole.

  • Firearm Offenses — Cases related to use, possession, purchase, and carrying of firearms under certain circumstances, by individuals with specific criminal histories, and/or in certain places can range from misdemeanors offenses, which carry time in the county jail, to felony offenses, can carry lengthy prison sentences. You need an attorney who understands the complexity of the different state and federal laws applicable to firearms and the requisite skill that cases involving firearm charges present. 

  • White Collar Crimes — When facing charges of fraud, embezzlement, internet crimes, or other white-collar offenses, you can count on our discipline and training to methodically collect and present crucial evidence to build your defense.


Most felony cases occur in state court, but we also assist clients who face charges in federal court involving interstate activity or alleged violations of federal law.


Oklahoma has different charges for driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while impaired (DWI). A charge for DUI occurs when a driver's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is 0.08 percent or higher, 0.04 percent or higher for commercial drivers, and any measurable quantity for anyone under the age of 21 years. A charge of DWI can occur when the test results do not indicate legal intoxication, but the driver was affected by drugs or alcohol. A conviction for DUI or DWI carries various possible penalties, including incarceration, fines, and license suspension. David A. Cincotta is a DUI and DWI lawyer who defends accused drivers by identifying law enforcement errors and advocating for a fair result.


In Oklahoma, the crime of simple possession of any controlled dangerous substance is now a misdemeanor. If you have charges for simple possession of a controlled dangerous substance, distribution, possession with intent to distribute, trafficking, manufacturing, or another type of drug crime, you can count on us to provide comprehensive legal support. Prosecutions for drug trafficking or the manufacture of drugs can result in a sentence that lasts numerous years or even decades. This is the case when drugs are sold or distributed unlawfully. Often, these cases hinge on whether the police acted in compliance with the Fourth Amendment, whether the police properly collected the evidence, and whether the evidence supports the charges filed by the prosecution.  So, we will review every detail to uncover any problems and provide you the best possible defense.


Within the state, misdemeanors generally carry up to one year in the county jail. Additional penalties may be imposed, such as a fine or driver's license suspension. Misdemeanors can be in a state, federal, and municipal courts.  If you are facing accusations of assault, battery, disorderly conduct, public drunk, petit larceny, or another type of misdemeanor offense, David A. Cincotta works for you to prevent the imposition of unwarranted penalties.

Contact a skillful Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer for a free consultation.

Cincotta Law Office defends Oklahomans charged with all types of felony and misdemeanor crimes and will work tirelessly to defend you. We offer a free initial consultation at our Oklahoma City office, located near Quail Springs Mall. To discuss your situation with an experienced criminal defense attorney, please contact David A. Cincotta.

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