After reading excerpts from her decision, District Judge Sharon Holmes granted Corey Atchison and his attorney Joe Norwood’s request to vacate the guilty verdict and declare Atchison “actually Innocent”.
William Cooper was charged with second-degree murder when the victim died more than a year after the alleged assault. Cooper was found not guilty on the murder counts.
“Oklahoma Did Medical Marijuana Like We Started Our State…Everyone Just Lined Up, the Starting Gun Was Shot Off, and People Went and Started Staking Their Claims.”
Joe Norwood represented an Oklahoma private investigator who was being sued by the subject of the investigator’s surveillance. The investigator was hired to surveil the opposing party in a child custody litigation.
An Oklahoma civil appellate court published a decision-making jury trial waiver clauses in contracts in the State of Oklahoma unconstitutional. Joe Norwood opposed Bank of America in the case.
As an experienced trial lawyer, Joe Norwood has been entrusted with new legal challenges, such as injuries from technology. Norwood has represented Oklahoma clients in product liability litigation against a foreign manufacturer…
In a case where Joseph Norwood was trial and appellate counsel, the Oklahoma Supreme Court, in a published opinion, found a law unconstitutional that deprived auto collision victims their right to recover damages in court.