Sex Crimes Lawyers

Sex crimes investigations and charges are routinely handled by the Wyatt Law Office. For any of the sex crimes identified below, we can defend you.

Sex Offender Registration

If convicted of a sex crime, you will likely have to register as a sex offender under Oklahoma's version of the Sex Offender Registration Act (Title 57, Sections 581-590 of the Oklahoma Statutes) or if convicted of a federal crime under the Adam Walsh Act.

Community Supervision if Convicted

For many sex crimes in addition to confinement as provided by law, the judge may order a term of post-imprisonment community supervision for not less than three (3) years of the total term allowed by law for imprisonment, with or without restitution.

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Rape I

Rape II -- Rape by Instrumentation

Lewd Molestation of a Child​

Lewd Proposals to a Child​

Using Technology to Solicit Sex with a Minor

Forcible Sodomy

Child Sexual Abuse

Child Pornography

Solicitation of a Minor for Sex


Prostitution, Pandering & Soliciting

Using a Computer to Facilitate Prostitution

Sexual Battery

Indecent Exposure


Sex Offender Registration

Failure to Register as Sex Offender

Federal Sex & Pornography Crimes

Bob Wyatt was interviewed by The National Law Journal for his expertise in the area of sex crimes and cybercrimes. The article was published on February 18, 2008.

Experienced Sex Crime Defense Lawyers

Call the Wyatt Law Office at 405.234.5500 for your Oklahoma Sex Crimes and Rape Lawyers and Attorneys.  Your future is our business.

Noteworthy Sex Crime Defense Cases

2 year sentence in State Child Porn. Over 200,000 images involved. Client received sentence of 2 years.*

4 years given in Federal Child Porn. U.S. District Court for the W.D. Oklahoma varied from the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines — giving Wyatt’s client a term of 4 years. U.S. Sentencing Guidelines called for approximately 8 years and plea agreement called for not less than 5 years. This non-Guideline sentence, while rare, was fair based on evidence presented to the Court.*

Rape Charge Dismissed. Juvenile charged with raping another juvenile.

Lewd Molestation Dismissed. Juvenile charged with molesting baby. Charges dismissed.

Probation given in Federal Child Porn. The U.S. District Court for the W.D. Oklahoma granted a term of straight probation for possession of child porn. This non-Guideline sentence, while very rare, was fair.*

14 month sentence for Federal Child Porn. U.S. District Court sentenced Wyatt’s client to only 14 months for possession. Client faced up to 10 years. The sentence was a significant departure from the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines.*

Not Guilty Verdict Possession of Child Porn.. Client charged with 5 counts of possession of child pornography. The law enforcement agent testified that my client had confessed to accidentally accessing a child porn web site on two or more occasions and the feds had strong circumstantial evidence guilt because the only time there was child porn (or any porn) on the computer was when the client was recovering from cancer surgeries at his 80 year old mother’s house. The defense presented expert testimony of other “non-porn” searches (which indicated the searches were not my client) on the computer within the times that the Gov’t claims my client was surfing kiddie porn, and we presented evidence of an imperfect alibi (that he was in another city earlier in the day – even though no proof that he was in the second city at the “time” the porn was searched). Client testified.*

Child Porn (Second Offense) Charge Dismissed. Client was charged with downloading and viewing child pornography after a former arrest for similar accusations. After a full hearing, the court declined to “accelerate” the previous deferred sentence for possession of obscene materials and the new charge of possession of child porn was dismissed.*

14-Count Federal Child Porn Indictment Dismissed. Wyatt and McCoy investigated, researched, briefed, argued and convinced the federal court to suppress evidence obtained pursuant to a search warrant in the FBI’s nationwide OPERATION CRYING EYES investigation. After the federal judge’s ruling, the U.S. Attorneys’ Office dismissed the 14-count indictment.*

Child Porn Charges against Professor Dismissed. After more than a year of hotly contested litigation, the District Attorney dismissed charges against Wyatt’s client for possession of child porn and for using an employer’s computer to access child pornography. Client pled no contest to a reduced charge for a violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act. No jail time ordered.*

Internet Child Solicitation & Traveling for Sex — Not Guilty Verdict. The Wyatt Law Office tried an Innocent Images case to a federal jury in Oklahoma City winning a “not guilty” verdict on both counts of using the Internet to entice a minor for sex and for traveling across state lines to engage in sex with a minor.*

*Note: Results may vary because each case must be decided on its own unique facts and the law applicable to that given case. You should not infer the likelihood of success on a given case based on past cases handled by this firm.