Oklahoma Criminal - Law Criminal Defense Lawyer Kevin Adams | Tulsa, OK
Kevin Adams is a criminal attorney with an office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mr. Adams is a lawyer that practices criminal defense all over the state of Oklahoma. Mr. Adams is an experienced trial lawyer and appellate attorney who has proven time and time again that he has the ability and desire to win.. He is a the former president of the Tulsa Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association, a member of Tulsa County Bar Association and a former board member of the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association. Mr. Adams has had over thirty jury trials and numerous appeals in both state and Federal Court. Mr. Adams is continuously working to improve his trial abilities, recently attending the Trial Lawyer's College founded by Gerry Spence. If you are looking for an attorney who works hard for his clients and is not afraid to fight, then contact Kevin Adams. Mr. Adams works hard to provide every client with Individual attention and effective aggressive representation.
If you have a legal emergency, Mr. Adams is available 24 hours a day either at his office or on his cell phone. (Contact Kevin Adams) Mr. Adams will be happy to discuss your particular situation with you and give you advice on the best route to take prior hiring a bondsman.
If you are charged possession of drugs, possession with intent to distribute or trafficking in drugs check out Mr. Adams page on "Fighting the "So Called War on Drugs".
If someone you know is in prison and you want to learn about post conviction relief and federal habeas corpus petitions click here to read Fighting Your Conviction After Direct Appeal.
Tulsa criminal defense attorney Kevin Adams is ready to defend you in a court of law against a wide variety of charges ranging from felony offenses, Federal criminal offenses, and even charges of murder. Attorney Kevin Adams is an accomplished defense lawyer for offenses all the way from drug offenses to embezzlement, fraud, bank robbery, to the illegal possession of a firearm. Kevin Adams is also proud to be a Tulsa civil rights lawyer with experience handling cases that involve illegal search and seizure, illegal arrest, as well as instances of excessive force being used during an arrest. For those on the other side of a conviction, Kevin Adams is an appellate attorney with experience handling cases of unlawful conviction and can represent convicted individuals in the appeals process. When it comes to criminal lawyers in the Tulsa area, criminal defense lawyer Kevin Adams stands out from the rest with a long list of accomplishments in criminal law. Oklahoma Criminal Law is proud to provide professional legal representation to those in Tulsa County, Rogers County, Okmulgee County, Washington County, Broken Arrow, Owasso, and Glenpool, OK.
Tulsa criminal lawyer Kevin Adams brings experienced criminal defense to Tulsa law.
Oklahoma Criminal Law is pleased to provide the utmost legal expertise in the Tulsa area in the form of legal representation from experienced criminal defense attorney Kevin Adams. In addition to being a Federal criminal lawyer, Kevin Adams is also an accomplished drug defense attorney with experience in fields of criminal law ranging from violent felony offenses to instances of fraud and embezzlement. Kevin Adams is an appellate attorney as well as a trial lawyer with experience representing individuals facing criminal charges as well as representation throughout the appeals process. Tulsa attorney Kevin Adams is a member of the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association with a long list of accomplishments in helping clients obtain the justice they deserve. With many of his cases making newspaper headlines, lawyer Kevin Adams continues to work hard as a drug defense attorney, felony defense attorney, and as Federal defense for those charged with breaking Federal law. Tulsa attorney Kevin Adams is available 24/7 to handle legal emergencies either in his office or on his cell phone to discuss case details or to provide legal advice. Proudly serving Tulsa, Owasso, Glenpool, and Broken Arrow, OK residents, attorney Kevin Adams is ready to go up to bat for you in criminal court with experienced representation for the best results.
Previous Criminal Cases Handled by Tulsa Criminal Attorney Kevin Adams*
January 2012 City of Tulsa Municipal Court
In this case Mr. Adams represented a 50 year old grandmother that was wrongfully accused of shop lifting by an overzealous loss prevention officer at a local retail store. The city of prosecutor refused to listen to reason and common sense ignoring obvious problems with the accusations against Mr. Adams’s client. After a two day jury trial this innocent grandmother was found not guilty after only 45 minute deliberation by the jury. Mr. Adams is now representing this grandmother in her suit against the retail store.
January 2012 Tulsa County District Court
In this case Mr. Adams represented a 19 year old man accused of possession with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. After negotiating a favorable deal with the prosecution Mr. Adams secured a deferred sentence for his client that will result in his client not having a felony record upon successful completion of probation.
December 2011 Tulsa County District Court
In this case Mr. Adams represented a young man who was falsely accused of sexually abusing a family member. After numerous conversations with the prosecutor on the case and presenting the prosecutor with new evidence the case was dismissed.
December 2011 Tulsa County District Court
In Tulsa County Case No. CF-2007-4077 Mr. Adams represented Omar Diaz who had received a 15 year sentence for trafficking in illegal drugs. Mr. Diaz had been incarcerated since 2008. Mr. Adams won an application for post conviction relief for Mr. Diaz and his conviction was overturned. The case was then resolved with a plea for simple possession of a controlled drug. Mr. Diaz was given credit for time served and released from prison.
September 2011 Tulsa County District Court
In Tulsa County Case No. CF-2004-2421 Mr. Adams represented Duffy Kane who had received a 40 year sentence for possession with intent to distribute. Mr. Kane had been incarcerated since 2005. Mr. Adams won an application for post conviction relief winning the reversal of Mr. Kane’s 40 year sentence. The case was then resolved for a plea of simple possession of controlled drug with credit for time served. Mr. Kane went free from custody that very day.
July 2011 Tulsa County District Court
In Tulsa County Case No. CF-2011-2261 Mr. Adams represented a client charged with Trafficking in Illegal Drugs. Mr. Adams client was facing up to a life sentence. At the preliminary hearing Mr. Adams won a motion to suppress and his client’s case was dismissed.
March 2011 Northern District of Oklahoma
In USA v. Morgan, 10-CR-194-JHP, Mr. Adams represented a client indicted on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense and possession of a firearm after conviction of a felony. Mr. Morgan was arrested he warrant after the service of a search warrant. Mr. Morgan was facing between 5 and 10 years in Federal prison. Mr. Adams filed a Motion to Suppress on the basis that the Deputy Sheriff that obtained the search warrant made statements that was knowingly false or were made in reckless disregard for the truth. After two evidentiary hearings United States District Judge James Payne granted the motion to suppress and suppressed the evidence collected as a result of the search warrant. Mr. Morgan’s case was dismissed and Mr. Morgan was free to go on with his life. (Read the motion to suppress. Read Judge Payne’s Order Granting the Motion to Suppress.)
November 2010 Tulsa County District Court
In State v. Jordan, CF-2007-3829, Mr. Adams represented a client a client who had been convicted of Drug Trafficking and given a sentence of 25 years in prison. Mr. Adams’s client always maintained his innocence and his conviction was obtained at a jury trial in which Tulsa Police Officer Jeff Henderson had testified. After Mr. Jordan;s trial Jeff Henderson was indicted by a federal grand jury. Henderson currently faces dozens of counts involving accusations of civil rights violations, drug trafficking and conspiracy. Mr. Adams believed that Mr. Jordan was innocent and agreed to take on mr. Jordan;s case on a pro bono basis. After months of representing Mr. Jordan in this matter Mr. Adams won an Application for Post Conviction Relief and Mr. Jordan’s conviction was overturned. Mr. Jordan was freed from prison onNovember 10, 2010 and returned to his family. (Read the Judge’s Order Granting the Application for Post Conviction Relief. Read Mr. Adams’s Motion for leave to Amend Application for Post Conviction Relief)
September 2010 Northern District of Oklahoma
In USA v. Melvin Bailey, Jr. 08-CR-26-WFD, Mr. Adams represented Melvin Bailey, Jr. who had been convicted of possession with intent to distribute of a controlled dangerous substance. Mr. Bailey had been convicted at trial and been given a 30 year prison sentence. Mr. Adams did not represent Mr. Bailey at trial; Mr. Adams was hired to represent Mr. Bailey on the Appeal of his federal conviction. After 18 months of representing Mr. Bailey, Mr. Adams won a reversal of Mr. Bailey’s conviction. After Mr. Bailey’s conviction was reversed Mr. Bailey entered a plea to a lessor charge and was sentenced to 4 years in prison. Mr. Bailey was released from federal prison on May 10, 2011. (Read the Appeal filed on Mr. Bailey’s behalf)
November 2009 Tulsa County District Court
In this case Mr. Adams represented a local coach that had been wrongfully accused of inappropriately touching a girl that he coached. What was tragic about this case that the coach has spent years of his life helping young women get scholarships to college and because of the false accusation the coach was facing up to 20 years in prison. The community support for this coach was overwhelming and the state knew that it was in for a long and drawn out fight. The state blinked and offered the coach a deal that was too good to turn down. A two year deferred sentence on the misdemeanor charge of Outraging Public Decency. The basis of the misdemeanor charge was that the coach made an inappropriate comment to the girl. The felony charge concerning the inappropriate touching was dismissed. After two years the coach's record will be whipped clean and he can now pick up the pieces of his life and move on.
October 2009 Tulsa County District Court
In this case Mr. Adams represented a defendant, G.B., on a one year judicial review of a sentence that he received after a jury trial. Mr. Adams did not represent G.B. at trial. G.B. had been given a sentence of 23 years in prison at trial. At the judicial review Mr. Adams was able to convince the trial judge to modify G.B.'s sentence to 14 years in prison and 9 years probation. It is highly unusual to convince a judge to modify a sentence received after a jury trial.
September of 2009 Tulsa County District Court
In this case Mr. Adams represented Jonathan Curry who was accused of First Degree Murder. If convicted Mr. Curry would have received a minimum of a life sentence, which in Oklahoma means 38 calendar years before becoming eligible for parole. On the day of trial the prosecution offered Mr. Curry a deal of a no contest plea to the non-85% crime of accessory after the fact and a term of 15 years. Mr. Curry should be home within 5 to 6 years instead of a minimum of 38 years. There is always a risk in proceeding to jury trial and sometimes accepting a favorable plea is the right thing to do; but the best plea deals often come when a lawyer is ready, willing and able to put the state to the test. (Read the Tulsa World Article; From the Tulsa World not an Endorsement)
August 2009 Tulsa County District Court
In this case Mr. Adams represented a client falsely accused of Second Degree Rape. After a preliminary hearing and hard fought negotiations the case was resolved with a no contest plea to a misdemeanor. Mr. Adams client did not have to register as a sex offender or perform any work hours. After the deferred sentence is complete the client can have the charge expunged from their record. Sometimes cases are resolved not because of guilt or innocence but because a calculation of risk. With a plea to a deferred misdemeanor count this offer was too good to turn down.
January 2009 Northern District of Oklahoma
In this case Kevin Adams and co-counsel Paul Brunton represented Mikel Ferrying who was charged in Federal Court with Possession with Intent to Distribute 50 or more Grams of Crack Cocaine and Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Drug Trafficking Offense. Mr. Ferrying was driving his vehicle when he was stopped by Tulsa Police Officers and the drugs and the firearm were discovered under the driver's seat. At the trial the defense argued that Mr. Ferrying did not know about the drugs or the firearm being in the car and that they were left in his car by a friend. Acquittals are a rare occurrence in Federal Court, but it only took the jury 35 minutes to return a verdict of Not Guilty on both counts of the indictment. If Mr. Ferrying would have been convicted he would have faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in federal prison. The best line in the trial was said by Paul Brunton "They are saying he is a drug dealer and we're saying he is a cowboy." (See the Ferrying Not Guilty Verdict)
June 2008 Northern District of Oklahoma
In this case Mr. Adams represented a defendant charged in Federal Court with Misapplication of Financial Institution Funds. The defendant pled guilty to misapplying over $56,000 of funds from two separate financial institutions. Mr. Adams motion for a downward departure was granted and the defendant only served 4 months in Federal prison followed by home detention and a period of supervised release.
March 2008 Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals
In this case in Tulsa District Court Mr. Adams represented a client who was accused of using a video camera to secretly video tape "up the skirt" of a 16 year old woman. In this case Mr. Adams filed a Motion to Dismiss and successfully argued, that to secretly video tape "up the skirt" of an unsuspecting woman, did not violate Oklahoma Law. The case was dismissed and the state appealed the ruling to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals; the ruling was affirmed. This case drew national attention and was featured in newspapers across the country and on the Fox News Channel. As a result of this case the legislature is changing the statute. (Read the motion that won this case) (Read the Court Opinion) (Read the article on the Fox News Channel)
January 2008 Tulsa County District Court
In this case in Tulsa County District Court, State of Oklahoma v. R.H. Mr. Adams obtained the reversal of a conviction by filing a Motion to Arrest the Judgment in a case where his client, while being represented by another attorney, had been convicted by a jury and received a 24 year sentence. Kevin Adams was able to get the conviction overturned without even having to appeal the case to the Oklahoma court of Criminal Appeals. After much legal maneuvering and filing several motions Mr. Adams was able to negotiate a settlement of the case for a No Contest Plea and a 6 year sentence, on a crime that did not require his client to serve the dreaded 85% of his time. Mr. Adams saved R.H. from spending approximately 12 years in prison. R.H. is out of prison and back with his family.
January 2008 Tulsa County District Court
In this case in Tulsa County District Court, State of Oklahoma v. R.O. Mr. Adams obtained the reduction of felony shop lifting charges to misdemeanor charges after a preliminary hearing. Instead of facing a felony count that could have sent his client to the state penitentiary. This case was resolved for a deferred misdemeanor plea and the case has since been expunged from the client's record.
November 2007 Eastern District of Oklahoma
United States of America v. Shannon Fry, 07-CR-47-RAW, In this case Mr. Adams represented Shannon Fry who was charged with conspiring to distribute over 200 pounds of methamphetamine worth an estimated 2 million dollars in Federal Court in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Because of the quantities involved and Mr. Fry's prior record Mr. Fry was facing a sentence of 30 years to life in prison. Mr. Adams was able to resolve the case with a plea to charges of Money Laundering and Interstate Travel in Aid of Racketeering. Mr. Fry was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
August 2007 Eastern District of Oklahoma
United States of America v. Tylor Hix, 07-CR-025-RAW. In this case Kevin Adams and Gary Richardson represented Mr. Hix who was facing charges of Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery and Possession of a Machine Gun in Furtherance of a Federal Crime of Violence. The Possession of a Machine Gun in Furtherance of a Federal Crime of Violence charged alone carried a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison. (By law this sentence would of been served consecutive to the Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery charge.) On the eve of trial Mr. Adams and Mr. Richardson were able to resolve Tylor Hix's case for a plea on simple possession of an automatic weapon charge. Mr. His was sentenced to only 48 months in prison. Mr. Adams and Mr. Richardson saved Mr. Hix from serving approximately 30 years in Federal prison.
March 2007 Tulsa County District Court
In this case in Tulsa County District Court, State of Oklahoma v. Robert Singleton, CF-2006-5690. Mr. Adams represented a client who was charged with felony delivery of marijuana. After a conducting a preliminary hearing and filing a motion to quash Mr. Adams won a dismal of the delivery of marijuana charge by convincing a Tulsa County Judge that the state had failed to introduce enough evidence that his client had delivered marijuana.
June 2006 Tulsa County District Court-Death Penalty Case Resolved
State v. Jordan; CF-2004-2805. Alvin Jordan was charged with First-Degree Murder, Robbery, and 2 counts of Shooting with Intent to Kill for the robbery of First Fidelity Bank the murder of a bank teller and the shooting of the bank president and a customer inside the bank. The state filed a Bill of Particulars seeking the Death Penalty against Mr. Jordan. Mr. Adams raised mental retardation as a defense to the Death Penalty in accordance with the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Atkins v. Virginia , 536 U.S. 304, 122 S.Ct. 2242, 153 L.Ed.2d 335 (2002) and the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals opinion in Blonner v. State, 2006 OK CR 1, 127 P.3d 1135, 01/05/2006. Through negotiations with the Tulsa County District Attorney’s office, Mr. Adams was able to save Mr. Jordan's life by resolving the case with a non-death plea.
November 2005 Tulsa County District Court
Jury verdict of Not Guilty on the Charge of First Degree Murder in the case of State of Oklahoma v. Ernest Zollicoffer, CF-2004-2968. Ernest was instead convicted of 2nd Degree Murder and given 25 years. Ernest will be released after approximately 20 years in prison. Ernest was charged with strangling his former girlfriend . There was no doubt that Ernest was responsible for his former girlfriend's death, he testified that he strangled her. The issue was one of intent. This is a good result, a conviction on First Degree Murder would have meant a minimum of a life sentence, or 38 calendar years and 3 months before becoming eligible for parole. Mr. Zollicoffer was satisfied with the result and chose not to appeal his conviction to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals.
September 2005 Tulsa County District Court
A non-death jury verdict. State of Oklahoma v. Christopher Lay, CF-2004-2320. Christopher Lay and his father, Wade Lay, were tried for the May 24, 2004 bank robbery of Mid First Bank located in Tulsa. During the robbery the security guard was shot and killed. There was no doubt as to Christopher and his father's guilty. Christopher testified during the trial that he attempted to rob the bank in order to obtain funding so that he could buy better weapons and kill those that he and his father felt were responsible for Waco and Ruby Ridge. A list created by Christopher and his father that included United States Senators and Congressmen along with numerous law enforcement officers from the ATF and FBI. This list was seized by law enforcement officials and introduced during the trial. The objective of this trial was to save Christopher's life. After an eight day jury trial Mr. Adams and his co-counsel, Rob Nigh, were able to save Chris's life. Wade received the death penalty. Mr. Adams did not represent Wade Lay.
November 2004 Tulsa County District Court
Jury verdict of Not Guilty on the charge of First Degree Murder and Second Degree Murder. State of Oklahoma v. Anthony Eric Kirby. CF-2003-5246. The state had 5 eyewitnesses. The only witness the defense had was Anthony himself. However, through the use of physical evidence, effective cross examination and logic Mr. Adams was able to prove that the state's witnesses were either mistaken or lying. After a six day trial the jury deliberated for an hour and a half before finding Anthony not guilty. This was a one of Mr. Adams most difficult cases.
October 2003 Tulsa County District Court
First-Degree Murder Case Dismissed on Defense's Motion
State v. Mason; CF-2003-1612. District Judge Jesse Harris ordered the first-degree murder charges against Ronald Mason, Jr. dismissed after he agreed with the defense that there was insufficient evidence to order the case to trail. (Read the Tulsa World Article)
October 2003 Tulsa County District Court
Shooting Case Dismissed by State One week prior to Trial
State v. Henry; CF-2003-2669. A week before the District Attorney's office was going to be required to proceed to trial against a man they had charged and held for a 4 month period the district attorney's office voluntarily dismissed the charges. This was the second case I had handled for Mr. Henry in the year 2003. In February of 2003 he was acquitted of First-Degree Murder in case CF-2002-151 (Read the Tulsa World Article)
October 2003 Tulsa County District Court
Armed Robbery Case Dismissed on Defense's Motion
State v. Gibson; CF-2002-5476. District Judge Rebecca Nightingale ordered the Armed Robbery charges against Runninbear Gibson dismissed after she agreed with the defense that there was insufficient evidence to order the case to trail.
August 2003 Northern District of Oklahoma
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on the sole count of conspiracy. United States of America v. Jimmy Eugene Ritz, 02-Cr-120. This trial lasted three weeks. There were 10 defendants indicted all either plead guilty or were found guilty at trial except Mr. Adams client Jimmy Eugene Ritz. An acquittal in a Federal Drug Conspiracy case is a rare. This was a big win. People in the legal community, including the trial judge, still talk about Mr. Adams colorful closing argument in defense of Mr. Ritz. Not only did Mr. Adams win his first Federal Acquittal the verdict was returned on his 30th birthday. (Read the Tulsa World Article) (See the Verdict Form)
April 2003 Mayes County District Court
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on the charge of First Degree Murder. State of Oklahoma v. John Edward Schoonover, CF-99-271A. Mr. Schoonover was previously convicted of First Degree Murder which was overturned on appeal. Kevin Adams represented Mr. Schoonover at the retrial and he was acquitted of First Degree Murder. However, Mr. Schoonover was convicted of accessory after the fact of a felony and given a seven year sentence. Mr. Adams represented Mr. Schoonover on appeal and that conviction was also overturned by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. (Read the Opinion)The state of Oklahoma dismissed the case against Mr. Schoonover and did not attempt to retry him for a third time.
February 2003 Tulsa County District Court
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on the sole charge of First Degree Murder. State of Oklahoma v. Ahmod Rashaud Henry, CF-2002-151. The state had 2 eyewitnesses that testified that Mr. Henry was the killer. However, through effective cross examination Mr. Adams showed their testimony to be untruthful. The jury deliberated approximately 1 hour after a week long trial before returning a verdict of not guilty. The trial had to be stopped on the afternoon of the third day so that Mr. Adams could be present with his wife during the birth of their daughter. (Read the Tulsa World Article)
December 2002 Tulsa County District Court
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on the charge of Sexual Abuse of a Minor Child. State of Oklahoma v. Frederick English, CF-2002-2108. Mr. English was charged with two counts of Sexually Abusing a Minor Child, the Jury Acquitted Mr. English on 1 count and deadlocked on the other count 9-3 for Acquittal. The case was resolved on the deadlocked count with a no contest plea on an amended misdemeanor charge that did not require Mr. English to register as a sex offender. This was Mr. Adams fourth jury trial.
September 2002 Tulsa County District Court
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on all counts. State of Oklahoma v. Leandrew Charles White, CF-2002-401. Mr. White was charged with one count of Sexually Abusing a Minor Child and three counts of injury to a minor child. After a week long trial the jury deliberated approximately three hours before acquitting Mr. White on all charges. This was Mr. Adams second jury trial. (Read the Tulsa World Article)
May 2002 Tulsa County District Court
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on the sole charge of Sexual Abuse of a Minor Child. State of Oklahoma v. Dannie Virgil Clem, CF-2002-6080. The jury deliberated approximately 30 minutes after a three day trial in reaching their verdict of acquittal. This was Mr. Adams first jury trial and he had only been licensed to practice law a little more than a year.
Information on the Scandal Tulsa Police Department Corruption
On May 30, 2011 a jury trial was conducted in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma. The trial lasted two weeks. On trial was retired Tulsa Police Officer Harold Wells, Tulsa Police Officer Bruce Bonham and Tulsa Police Office Nick Debruin. Harold Wells was convicted of 5 counts including a conviction of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Nick Debruin and Bruce Bonham were found not guilty.
On July 25, 2011 Tulsa Police officer Jeff Henderson and William Yelton face trial. Henderson faces dozens of counts.
John K. Gray, known as JJ Gray, was charged by information and has already pled guilty to the information. Also implicated in the investigation have been Tulsa Police Officer Eric Hill and former Tulsa Police Officer Callison Kaiser.
To learn more about this investigation and what can be done if a loved one was convicted because of the testimony of one of theses officer go to the TPD Corruption Page.
Often times when a friend or family member is arrested a person’s first reaction is to pay a bail bondsman, to bond the arrested individual out of jail. There are many things a person should know before spending money on a bail bond.(Read an Overview of the Bail Bonds Process) Many people are surprised to learn that they can negotiate with a bail bondsman. Most bondsmen charge a 10% fee to bond an individual out of jail, but certain bondsmen will charge less. Also some bondsmen will accept a down payment of 5% and allow the individual to pay the rest of the money over time. Many bail bondmen are more willing to be flexible if a respected attorney is involved at the beginning of the process. It may also be possible to post a property bond and eliminate the expense of a paying a bail bond. Furthermore, individuals arrested are entitled to a bond reduction hearing where a judge could order the bond reduced. If a friend or family member is arrested feel free to contact Kevin Adams and he can assist you with locating a reputable bondsman.
You should never talk to the police, you should never answer questions if there is any question that you may be suspected of a crime. You should lawys exercise your 5th Amendment Right to remain silent. ("Take the Nickel")
On October 28, 2010 the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals issued an unpublished opinion regarding the registration requirements of those convicted of sexual offenses
Visit the Video Legal Library to watch legal videos that will educate you about your legal rights. Learn how to deal with a police stop, how not to waive your rights, whether the police can lie to you and more.
If you are charged with an alcohol related driving offense such as DUI (Driving Under the Influence), DWI (Driving While Impaired) or APC (Actual Physical Control) visit the DUI section for an overview of what those arrested for alcohol related driving offenses can expect.
Many people ask whether or not they qualify for an expungement under Oklahoma law. If you would like to know the answer to this question you can figure that out by answering the following questions.
Visit Oklahoma Criminal Defense and Civil Rights Blog for information on various subjects relating to criminal defense, federal civil rights and civil actions under 42 U.S.C. § 1983.
Visit the Legal Information section for information on the Criminal Process, Homicide, Oklahoma and Bail Bonds, Direct Appeals, Post Conviction Relief and Judicial Reviews, Oklahoma Felony Process, the State Misdemeanor Process, Drug Offenses, answers to Commonly Asked Criminal Law Questions, Civil Rights of Prisoners, Oklahoma Expungements, and Oklahoma Pardons.
If you or someone you care about is suspected of a crime be sure and read 10 Things Everyone Accused of a crime Should Know before you or they talk to the police.
Review the Criminal Motions Brief Bank to find a broad variety of motions on issues arising in Federal and Oklahoma State felony, misdemeanor and appellate cases.
For attorneys in Tulsa County there is a Search Warrant Database that contains all search warrants and search warrant affidavits filed in Tulsa County over the last few months.
If you are looking for a criminal defense attorney consider reading Tips for Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney.
If you or someone you love is about to go to prison there are some things that you should know. Prison is a society within itself with its own rules and customs. Read the Survival Guide for Impending Incarceration.
If you are a lawyer visit the Winning Opinions and Brief Bank for winning criminal appellate opinions and the winning appellate briefs.
If you are planning on visiting someone at the Tulsa County Jail (David L. Moss) than you may want to review the jail visitation rules.
If you need to contact an employee of the Tulsa District Attorney's Office click here for the Tulsa County District Attorney Phone List.
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