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Lawyer asked for sex with client’s daughter, 13, in exchange for reduced legal fees, police say

Feb 6, 2013, 02:19 pm CDT

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Glad they have enough to lock this sicko up for good. Far too many of them escape the law one way or another.

By Joshua Neuman on 2013 02 06, 2:50 pm CDT

It is particularly disturbing that he lists juvenile and guardianship cases among his areas of concentration.

By StephenB on 2013 02 06, 3:31 pm CDT

wow,,that took balls to text that message.

By SDW on 2013 02 06, 5:08 pm CDT

@SDW

Haha! I didn’t understand your comment, so I took another look and realized your right!

This fool texted his illegal request. You would think he would make sure not to hand over fresh evidence on the clear likelihood that the mother would deny his request.

By Joshua Neuman on 2013 02 06, 6:13 pm CDT

“Oliver said he is not guilty and expects the true facts to come out in court.”  You know, that was probably just a smutty, secret code that he and his client had worked out in case their attorney/client communications were intercepted.  For example, “daughters” was probably a coded term for “witnesses” or something, and various techniques for interviewing or cross-examination were coded as references to a range of sex acts.  Possibly the “marijuana” will prove to have actually been oregano when the lab tests come back, and of course, there’s nothing wrong with having hundreds of pictures of nude women, even in Oklahoma.

By B. McLeod on 2013 02 06, 7:01 pm CDT

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