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After six hours of deliberation the jury finally decided it could not come to a unanimous decision. In a jury trial Joe was able to hang the jury up with the jury being split right down the middle.
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The defendant also had three prior felony convictions, which significantly raised the minimum and maximum sentences. After obtaining the police reports and conducting an investigation, Joe discovered that the complaining witness was lying and unlikely to show for court. The State of Oklahoma, in this case the Wagoner County District Attorney’s Office, wanted to convict D. After writing a motion to suppress based on the government’s violation of D. Tulsa County District Court Hung Jury/ Reduced Plea Deal – First Degree Murder The Tulsa County District Attorney’s office tried to convict P. of first degree murder which carries a punishment of life.
The defendant was facing 4 to life in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections if found guilty. Since the jury hung up, in a count that was close to a not guilty, and the judge declared a mistrial the district attorney agreed to amend the felony DUI child endangerment to a misdemeanor DUI with probation. kept his driving license, his auto insurance was not affected and he was able to keep his job. could have her record expunged as soon as she paid some of the alleged wrongfully obtained money back. When the District Attorney started to offer very good plea deals, Joe knew that the State of Oklahoma had problems with their case and told them we would not take a deal. P.’s fourth amendment rights and having a hearing, the Wagoner District Judge overruled Joe’s motion.
While it is impossible to guarantee a specific result in any case, the best predictor of future performance is past results. (Although it is very dangerous to drink and drive with a child in the car). The State of Oklahoma dismissed the case at jury trial after finally realizing their “victim” was lying. After motions and a hearing Joe was able to convince the Judge to dismiss the case based on a lack of probable cause for the pull over and lack of jurisdiction of the arresting officers. Tulsa County District Court Case Dismissed – Knowingly Concealing Stolen Property R. was on probation for knowingly concealing stolen property when she was charged again with the same crime by the Tulsa County District Attorney Office. Joe argued the affirmative defense of entrapment and was successful in arguing that D. was entrapped into violating the registration laws.