Undeterred

We are undeterred. Corey Atchison’s family and friends gathered outside the courtroom today with hopeful anticipation. Unfortunately, Judge Sharon Holmes announced a delay in ruling today on the Corey Atchison case. Our new hearing date is July 16, 2019.

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Case Dismissed - DUI

K.D. was charged with DUI in Creek County after being pulled over by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper for allegedly running a red light.  Joe discovered that during the pullover the Highway Patrol Trooper performed several standard field sobriety tests that were not approved by the Oklahoma Board of Tests, therefore the Trooper would not be able to testify at trial whether K.D. performed the tests successfully.

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DUI, Big WinsStephanie Heckenkemper
Youthful Offender / Juvenile Victory

My client was charged with two counts of lewd molestation as a youthful offender in District Court in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Client was 15 years old when charged and the alleged victim was a younger sibling.  Client was originally charged in the District Court for Tulsa County, Oklahoma where adults are charged with criminal allegations.  Juvenile court is where individuals under the age of 18 years old are generally charged.  

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Oklahoma's "No Pay No Play" Statute Ruled Unconstitutional

On behalf of my client, I asked a Tulsa County District Court to rule that Oklahoma's "No Pay No Play" statute is unconstitutional based on the above discussed Oklahoma Constitutional provisions.  The District Court Judge ruled in favor of my position and found the statute unconstitutional.  The insurance industry has appealed and has now hired two huge law firms to fight this case. 

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