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Tulsa Lawyer Blasted for Representing Client

Tulsa World Article, published February 12, 2015 Joseph M. Norwood wound up being the “bad guy” because he advocated for his client by challenging the “no pay no play” provision in Oklahoma’s tort reform law. Read the full article at: Tulsa World

Case Dismissed – DUI

Creek County District Court / 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 …

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Case Dismissed – Possession With Intent

Tulsa County / Case Dismissed – Possession With Intent C.D. was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.  At a preliminary hearing, where the police officer that arrested C.D. testified, a Tulsa County District Court Judge dismissed the case for lack of evidence in regard to the element of intent to distribute. Under Joe’s …

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Felony Reduced to Misdemeanor – Delivery of Marijuana

Tulsa County / Felony Reduced to Misdemeanor – Delivery of Marijuana J.B. was charged with felony delivery of marijuana after an undercover officer approached him in a local Tulsa bar and asked him for some marijuana. After the officer asked for the marijuana several times, J.B. gave him some. The officer arrested J.B. for delivery …

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Not Guilty – DUI

Tulsa County District Court / Not Guilty – DUI D.H. was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI ). Since D.H. is a business professional that depends on his driving license and auto insurance as tools for his profession he could not afford to take a conviction or even be put on probation …

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Case Dismissed and Expunged – First Degree Rape

Cherokee County District Court / 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 …

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