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  • 5 Things to Know if Arrest

    Jan 25, 2016

    Usually, police make arrests under two scenarios: (1) the suspect has been the target of an ongoing police investigation for some time, or (2) the arrest is based on a random stop, and the police have no idea of any criminal activity.  Regardless of how a person gets into the situation, the rights of the accused, and what people should know does not change.

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  • The United States Supreme Court Recognizes A Personal, Fundamental Right For Citizens To Keep And Bear Arms

    Jan 8, 2016

    The United States Supreme Court has held that the Second Amendment secures an individual’s natural right to keep and bear arms for defense of self, family, and home. After a lengthy analysis of the text of the Second Amendment and historical sources concerning its meaning...

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  • OSU Homecoming Tragedy Update

    Dec 11, 2015

    On December 10, 2015, the District Court of Payne County entered an Order finding Adacia Chambers competent to undergo further criminal proceedings.  The Court found that Ms. Chambers is competent to...

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  • Taylor, Ryan, Minton, Van Dalsem & Williams Gets Great Result for Client

    Dec 07, 2015

    The United States indicted our client with several violations of the Federal drug laws.  The government alleged that at the time of his arrest the client actually possessed with intent to distribute...

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  • United States Sentencing Commission reduces penalties for Non-Violent Drug Offenses

    Dec 03, 2015

    In the 1980s, the United States declared a war of drugs.  Part of that anti-drug campaign was to strengthen sentences for drug offenses.  The Congress passed laws that levied very harsh mandatory mi...

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  • 3 Things to Know About the OSU Homecoming Tragedy

    Nov 16, 2015

    The case of Adacia Chambers, the suspect in the fatal crash during Oklahoma State University’s Homecoming Parade, is moving quickly. Here are 3 things to know about this case: 1) It appears that ...

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  • Thoughts on The Richard Glossip Case

    Oct 02, 2015

    As a  criminal defense attorney, most of my clients oppose the death penalty.  Likewise, I personally believe it is an ineffective deterrent and has outlived its usefulness.  That being said, it is...

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