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The city of prosecutor refused to listen to reason and common sense ignoring obvious problems with the accusations against Mr. After a two day jury trial this innocent grandmother was found not guilty after only 45 minute deliberation by the jury. Adams is now representing this grandmother in her suit against the retail store. Adams represented a young man who was falsely accused of sexually abusing a family member. Adams represented a client a client who had been convicted of Drug Trafficking and given a sentence of 25 years in prison. Adams's client always maintained his innocence and his conviction was obtained at a jury trial in which Tulsa Police Officer Jeff Henderson had testified. Jordan's trial Jeff Henderson was indicted by a federal grand jury. This case drew national attention and was featured in newspapers across the country and on the Fox News Channel. Adams obtained the reversal of a conviction by filing a Motion to Arrest the Judgment in a case where his client, while being represented by another attorney, had been convicted by a jury and received a 24 year sentence. Town Hall, Birmingham – CANCELLED Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes* – PLAYED! 400 Ballroom, Torquay – CANCELLED Woods Centre, Plymouth* – PLAYED! Paignton, Penelope’s Ballroom – CANCELLED The Roxy, London – CANCELLED * Rearranged gig due to cancellation of original date5.1.77 Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, 6.1.77 Art Centre, Rotterdam, Holland 7.1.77 Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, Holland 21.3.77 Notre Dame Hall, Leicester Place, London 3.4.77 Screen On The Green Cinema, Islington, London 7.6.77 Queen Elizabeth River Boat, River Thames, London 13.7.77 Daddy’s Dance Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 14.7.77 Daddy’s Dance Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 15.7.77 Beach Disco, Diskotek Ostra Stranden, Halmstad, Sweden 16.7.77 Mogambo Disco, Helsingborg, Sweden 17.7.77 Discotheque 42, Jonkoping, Sweden 19.7.77 Club Zebra, Kristinehamn, Sweden 20.7.77 Pinvinen Restaurant, Oslo, Norway 21.7.77 Studenter Samfundet, Trodheim, Norway 23.7.77 Barbarellas Disco, Vaxjo, Sweden 24.7.77 Barbarellas Disco, Vaxjo, Sweden 27.7.77 Happy House, Student Karen, Stockholm, Sweden 28.7.77 Happy House, Student Karen, Stockholm, Sweden 19.8.77 Lafayette Club, Wolverhampton – “S. In State v Bryant Griffin, Okmulgee County case no. Griffin was arrested for trafficking in methamphetamine while passing through Oklahoma. Griffin was in was stopped by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper and the Mr. In this case Mr Adams represented a client charged with Sexual Battery. Adams client was a legal immigrant that was in the United States legally on a Green Card. Adams's client was married to a US Citizen and they had two children together. Adams's client would have been convicted of a felony he would have not only went to prison but he would have been deported and separated from his family. Adams's client was found not guilty of Sexual Battery and was instead convicted of the lesser included offense of misdemeanor Assault and Battery. Jordan was freed from prison on November 10, 2010 and returned to his family. Acquittals are a rare occurrence in Federal Court, but it only took the jury 35 minutes to return a verdict of Not Guilty on both counts of the indictment. Ferrying would have been convicted he would have faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in federal prison. Adams obtained the reduction of felony shop lifting charges to misdemeanor charges after a preliminary hearing. Fry was facing a sentence of 30 years to life in prison. Adams was able to resolve the case with a plea to charges of Money Laundering and Interstate Travel in Aid of Racketeering. (By law this sentence would of been served consecutive to the Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery charge.) On the eve of trial Mr. Richardson were able to resolve Tylor Hix's case for a plea on simple possession of an automatic weapon charge. The objective of this trial was to save Christopher's life. Adams and his co-counsel, Rob Nigh, were able to save Chris's life. Adams was able to use the dash cam video to show that the stop was unlawful. The client was fined

The city of prosecutor refused to listen to reason and common sense ignoring obvious problems with the accusations against Mr. After a two day jury trial this innocent grandmother was found not guilty after only 45 minute deliberation by the jury. Adams is now representing this grandmother in her suit against the retail store. Adams represented a young man who was falsely accused of sexually abusing a family member. Adams represented a client a client who had been convicted of Drug Trafficking and given a sentence of 25 years in prison. Adams's client always maintained his innocence and his conviction was obtained at a jury trial in which Tulsa Police Officer Jeff Henderson had testified. Jordan's trial Jeff Henderson was indicted by a federal grand jury. This case drew national attention and was featured in newspapers across the country and on the Fox News Channel. Adams obtained the reversal of a conviction by filing a Motion to Arrest the Judgment in a case where his client, while being represented by another attorney, had been convicted by a jury and received a 24 year sentence.

Town Hall, Birmingham – CANCELLED Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes* – PLAYED! 400 Ballroom, Torquay – CANCELLED Woods Centre, Plymouth* – PLAYED!

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In State v Bryant Griffin, Okmulgee County case no. Griffin was arrested for trafficking in methamphetamine while passing through Oklahoma. Griffin was in was stopped by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper and the Mr. In this case Mr Adams represented a client charged with Sexual Battery. Adams client was a legal immigrant that was in the United States legally on a Green Card. Adams's client was married to a US Citizen and they had two children together. Adams's client would have been convicted of a felony he would have not only went to prison but he would have been deported and separated from his family. Adams's client was found not guilty of Sexual Battery and was instead convicted of the lesser included offense of misdemeanor Assault and Battery. Jordan was freed from prison on November 10, 2010 and returned to his family. Acquittals are a rare occurrence in Federal Court, but it only took the jury 35 minutes to return a verdict of Not Guilty on both counts of the indictment. Ferrying would have been convicted he would have faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in federal prison. Adams obtained the reduction of felony shop lifting charges to misdemeanor charges after a preliminary hearing. Fry was facing a sentence of 30 years to life in prison. Adams was able to resolve the case with a plea to charges of Money Laundering and Interstate Travel in Aid of Racketeering. (By law this sentence would of been served consecutive to the Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery charge.) On the eve of trial Mr. Richardson were able to resolve Tylor Hix's case for a plea on simple possession of an automatic weapon charge. The objective of this trial was to save Christopher's life. Adams and his co-counsel, Rob Nigh, were able to save Chris's life.

Adams was able to use the dash cam video to show that the stop was unlawful. The client was fined $1,000 and was allowed to remain in the country with his family. Gerhart at trial and on appeal pro bono, appealed the conviction arguing Mr. Adams won an Application for Post Conviction Relief and Mr. (Read the Judge's Order Granting the Oklahoma Application for Post Conviction Relief. Adams's Motion for leave to Amend Application for Post Conviction Relief) In USA v. The best line in the trial was said by Paul Brunton "They are saying he is a drug dealer and we're saying he is a cowboy." (See the Ferrying Not Guilty Verdict) In this case Mr. Instead of facing a felony count that could have sent his client to the state penitentiary. Adams represented Shannon Fry who was charged with conspiring to distribute over 200 pounds of methamphetamine worth an estimated 2 million dollars in Federal Court in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

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The city of prosecutor refused to listen to reason and common sense ignoring obvious problems with the accusations against Mr. After a two day jury trial this innocent grandmother was found not guilty after only 45 minute deliberation by the jury. Adams is now representing this grandmother in her suit against the retail store. Adams represented a young man who was falsely accused of sexually abusing a family member. Adams represented a client a client who had been convicted of Drug Trafficking and given a sentence of 25 years in prison. Adams's client always maintained his innocence and his conviction was obtained at a jury trial in which Tulsa Police Officer Jeff Henderson had testified. Jordan's trial Jeff Henderson was indicted by a federal grand jury. This case drew national attention and was featured in newspapers across the country and on the Fox News Channel. Adams obtained the reversal of a conviction by filing a Motion to Arrest the Judgment in a case where his client, while being represented by another attorney, had been convicted by a jury and received a 24 year sentence. Town Hall, Birmingham – CANCELLED Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes* – PLAYED! 400 Ballroom, Torquay – CANCELLED Woods Centre, Plymouth* – PLAYED! Paignton, Penelope’s Ballroom – CANCELLED The Roxy, London – CANCELLED * Rearranged gig due to cancellation of original date5.1.77 Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, 6.1.77 Art Centre, Rotterdam, Holland 7.1.77 Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, Holland 21.3.77 Notre Dame Hall, Leicester Place, London 3.4.77 Screen On The Green Cinema, Islington, London 7.6.77 Queen Elizabeth River Boat, River Thames, London 13.7.77 Daddy’s Dance Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 14.7.77 Daddy’s Dance Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 15.7.77 Beach Disco, Diskotek Ostra Stranden, Halmstad, Sweden 16.7.77 Mogambo Disco, Helsingborg, Sweden 17.7.77 Discotheque 42, Jonkoping, Sweden 19.7.77 Club Zebra, Kristinehamn, Sweden 20.7.77 Pinvinen Restaurant, Oslo, Norway 21.7.77 Studenter Samfundet, Trodheim, Norway 23.7.77 Barbarellas Disco, Vaxjo, Sweden 24.7.77 Barbarellas Disco, Vaxjo, Sweden 27.7.77 Happy House, Student Karen, Stockholm, Sweden 28.7.77 Happy House, Student Karen, Stockholm, Sweden 19.8.77 Lafayette Club, Wolverhampton – “S. In State v Bryant Griffin, Okmulgee County case no. Griffin was arrested for trafficking in methamphetamine while passing through Oklahoma. Griffin was in was stopped by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper and the Mr. In this case Mr Adams represented a client charged with Sexual Battery. Adams client was a legal immigrant that was in the United States legally on a Green Card. Adams's client was married to a US Citizen and they had two children together. Adams's client would have been convicted of a felony he would have not only went to prison but he would have been deported and separated from his family. Adams's client was found not guilty of Sexual Battery and was instead convicted of the lesser included offense of misdemeanor Assault and Battery. Jordan was freed from prison on November 10, 2010 and returned to his family. Acquittals are a rare occurrence in Federal Court, but it only took the jury 35 minutes to return a verdict of Not Guilty on both counts of the indictment. Ferrying would have been convicted he would have faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in federal prison. Adams obtained the reduction of felony shop lifting charges to misdemeanor charges after a preliminary hearing. Fry was facing a sentence of 30 years to life in prison. Adams was able to resolve the case with a plea to charges of Money Laundering and Interstate Travel in Aid of Racketeering. (By law this sentence would of been served consecutive to the Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery charge.) On the eve of trial Mr. Richardson were able to resolve Tylor Hix's case for a plea on simple possession of an automatic weapon charge. The objective of this trial was to save Christopher's life. Adams and his co-counsel, Rob Nigh, were able to save Chris's life. Adams was able to use the dash cam video to show that the stop was unlawful. The client was fined $1,000 and was allowed to remain in the country with his family. Gerhart at trial and on appeal pro bono, appealed the conviction arguing Mr. Adams won an Application for Post Conviction Relief and Mr. (Read the Judge's Order Granting the Oklahoma Application for Post Conviction Relief. Adams's Motion for leave to Amend Application for Post Conviction Relief) In USA v. The best line in the trial was said by Paul Brunton "They are saying he is a drug dealer and we're saying he is a cowboy." (See the Ferrying Not Guilty Verdict) In this case Mr. Instead of facing a felony count that could have sent his client to the state penitentiary. Adams represented Shannon Fry who was charged with conspiring to distribute over 200 pounds of methamphetamine worth an estimated 2 million dollars in Federal Court in Muskogee, Oklahoma. was charged with First Degree Rape in Tulsa County Case CF-2017-4243 accused of raping a University of Tulsa student. Manzer received a 2 year prison sentence and 5 years probation for accessory after the fact. who had been convicted of possession with intent to distribute of a controlled dangerous substance. Bailey had been convicted at trial and been given a 30 year prison sentence. In this case Kevin Adams and co-counsel Paul Brunton represented Mikel Ferrying who was charged in Federal Court with Possession with Intent to Distribute 50 or more Grams of Crack Cocaine and Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Drug Trafficking Offense. Ferrying was driving his vehicle when he was stopped by Tulsa Police Officers and the drugs and the firearm were discovered under the driver's seat. Ferrying did not know about the drugs or the firearm being in the car and that they were left in his car by a friend. The Possession of a Machine Gun in Furtherance of a Federal Crime of Violence charged alone carried a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison. This list was seized by law enforcement officials and introduced during the trial. Ms Manzer has two co-defendants and was accused of helping her co-defendants kill a young man at Ft Gibson Lake. Adams got the First Degree Murder case dismissed and Ms. With a plea to a deferred misdemeanor count this offer was too good to turn down. Hix who was facing charges of Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery and Possession of a Machine Gun in Furtherance of a Federal Crime of Violence. Adams won a dismal of the delivery of marijuana charge by convincing a Tulsa County Judge that the state had failed to introduce enough evidence that his client had delivered marijuana. The state filed a Bill of Particulars seeking the Death Penalty against Mr. A list created by Christopher and his father that included United States Senators and Congressmen along with numerous law enforcement officers from the ATF and FBI. Jury verdict of Not Guilty on the charge of First Degree Murder and Second Degree Murder. After a six day trial the jury deliberated for an hour and a half before finding Anthony not guilty. The community support for this coach was overwhelming and the state knew that it was in for a long and drawn out fight. B.'s sentence to 14 years in prison and 9 years probation. Schoonover on appeal and that conviction was also overturned by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. The jury deliberated approximately 1 hour after a week long trial before returning a verdict of not guilty. Bailey entered a plea to a lessor charge and was sentenced to 4 years in prison. Bailey was released from federal prison on May 10, 2011. What was tragic about this case that the coach has spent years of his life helping young women get scholarships to college and because of the false accusation the coach was facing up to 20 years in prison. had been given a sentence of 23 years in prison at trial. Adams was able to convince the trial judge to modify G. A two year deferred sentence on the misdemeanor charge of Outraging Public Decency. There is always a risk in proceeding to jury trial and sometimes accepting a favorable plea is the right thing to do; but the best plea deals often come when a lawyer is ready, willing and able to put the state to the test. Ed.2d 335 (2002) and the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals opinion in Blonner v. Through negotiations with the Tulsa County District Attorney’s office, Mr. Jordan's life by resolving the case with a non-death plea. Adams win his first Federal Acquittal the verdict was returned on his 30th birthday. Schoonover and did not attempt to retry him for a third time. The state had 2 eyewitnesses that testified that Mr. Adams could be present with his wife during the birth of their daughter. English on 1 count and deadlocked on the other count 9-3 for Acquittal. The state blinked and offered the coach a deal that was too good to turn down. It is highly unusual to convince a judge to modify a sentence received after a jury trial. Adams represented Jonathan Curry who was accused of First Degree Murder. Curry would have received a minimum of a life sentence, which in Oklahoma means 38 calendar years before becoming eligible for parole. Curry a deal of a no contest plea to the non-85% crime of accessory after the fact and a term of 15 years. Curry should be home within 5 to 6 years instead of a minimum of 38 years. Schoonover was previously convicted of First Degree Murder which was overturned on appeal. Schoonover at the retrial and he was acquitted of First Degree Murder. Schoonover was convicted of accessory after the fact of a felony and given a seven year sentence. (Read the winning opinion)The state of Oklahoma dismissed the case against Mr. The trial had to be stopped on the afternoon of the third day so that Mr. English was charged with two counts of Sexually Abusing a Minor Child, the Jury Acquitted Mr.

,000 and was allowed to remain in the country with his family. Gerhart at trial and on appeal pro bono, appealed the conviction arguing Mr. Adams won an Application for Post Conviction Relief and Mr. (Read the Judge's Order Granting the Oklahoma Application for Post Conviction Relief. Adams's Motion for leave to Amend Application for Post Conviction Relief) In USA v. The best line in the trial was said by Paul Brunton "They are saying he is a drug dealer and we're saying he is a cowboy." (See the Ferrying Not Guilty Verdict) In this case Mr. Instead of facing a felony count that could have sent his client to the state penitentiary. Adams represented Shannon Fry who was charged with conspiring to distribute over 200 pounds of methamphetamine worth an estimated 2 million dollars in Federal Court in Muskogee, Oklahoma. was charged with First Degree Rape in Tulsa County Case CF-2017-4243 accused of raping a University of Tulsa student. Manzer received a 2 year prison sentence and 5 years probation for accessory after the fact. who had been convicted of possession with intent to distribute of a controlled dangerous substance. Bailey had been convicted at trial and been given a 30 year prison sentence. In this case Kevin Adams and co-counsel Paul Brunton represented Mikel Ferrying who was charged in Federal Court with Possession with Intent to Distribute 50 or more Grams of Crack Cocaine and Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of a Drug Trafficking Offense. Ferrying was driving his vehicle when he was stopped by Tulsa Police Officers and the drugs and the firearm were discovered under the driver's seat. Ferrying did not know about the drugs or the firearm being in the car and that they were left in his car by a friend. The Possession of a Machine Gun in Furtherance of a Federal Crime of Violence charged alone carried a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison. This list was seized by law enforcement officials and introduced during the trial. Ms Manzer has two co-defendants and was accused of helping her co-defendants kill a young man at Ft Gibson Lake. Adams got the First Degree Murder case dismissed and Ms. With a plea to a deferred misdemeanor count this offer was too good to turn down. Hix who was facing charges of Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery and Possession of a Machine Gun in Furtherance of a Federal Crime of Violence. Adams won a dismal of the delivery of marijuana charge by convincing a Tulsa County Judge that the state had failed to introduce enough evidence that his client had delivered marijuana. The state filed a Bill of Particulars seeking the Death Penalty against Mr. A list created by Christopher and his father that included United States Senators and Congressmen along with numerous law enforcement officers from the ATF and FBI. Jury verdict of Not Guilty on the charge of First Degree Murder and Second Degree Murder. After a six day trial the jury deliberated for an hour and a half before finding Anthony not guilty. The community support for this coach was overwhelming and the state knew that it was in for a long and drawn out fight. B.'s sentence to 14 years in prison and 9 years probation. Schoonover on appeal and that conviction was also overturned by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. The jury deliberated approximately 1 hour after a week long trial before returning a verdict of not guilty. Bailey entered a plea to a lessor charge and was sentenced to 4 years in prison. Bailey was released from federal prison on May 10, 2011. What was tragic about this case that the coach has spent years of his life helping young women get scholarships to college and because of the false accusation the coach was facing up to 20 years in prison. had been given a sentence of 23 years in prison at trial. Adams was able to convince the trial judge to modify G. A two year deferred sentence on the misdemeanor charge of Outraging Public Decency. There is always a risk in proceeding to jury trial and sometimes accepting a favorable plea is the right thing to do; but the best plea deals often come when a lawyer is ready, willing and able to put the state to the test. Ed.2d 335 (2002) and the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals opinion in Blonner v. Through negotiations with the Tulsa County District Attorney’s office, Mr. Jordan's life by resolving the case with a non-death plea. Adams win his first Federal Acquittal the verdict was returned on his 30th birthday. Schoonover and did not attempt to retry him for a third time. The state had 2 eyewitnesses that testified that Mr. Adams could be present with his wife during the birth of their daughter. English on 1 count and deadlocked on the other count 9-3 for Acquittal. The state blinked and offered the coach a deal that was too good to turn down. It is highly unusual to convince a judge to modify a sentence received after a jury trial. Adams represented Jonathan Curry who was accused of First Degree Murder. Curry would have received a minimum of a life sentence, which in Oklahoma means 38 calendar years before becoming eligible for parole. Curry a deal of a no contest plea to the non-85% crime of accessory after the fact and a term of 15 years. Curry should be home within 5 to 6 years instead of a minimum of 38 years. Schoonover was previously convicted of First Degree Murder which was overturned on appeal. Schoonover at the retrial and he was acquitted of First Degree Murder. Schoonover was convicted of accessory after the fact of a felony and given a seven year sentence. (Read the winning opinion)The state of Oklahoma dismissed the case against Mr. The trial had to be stopped on the afternoon of the third day so that Mr. English was charged with two counts of Sexually Abusing a Minor Child, the Jury Acquitted Mr.

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