Posts in Criminal Law
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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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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Case Dismissed and Expunged – First Degree Rape

E.M., who is a permanent resident (has his green card) was charged with rape in the first degree.  After a preliminary hearing where the state of Oklahoma’s case was effectively dismantled, the district attorney offered E.M. a reduction from first degree rape to misdemeanor assault and battery, a no contest plea and a deferred sentence probation for one year and a $50 fine.

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