John Dunn


Some have described me as “unwavering” when it comes to principles. Others say that I exhibit the trait of "loyalty to a fault" or that I am "utterly relentless” when pursuing an objective. As your attorney, I promise to be a loyal advocate and to be unwavering in the pursuit of your goals. I am a zealous advocate that does not shy away from conflict and litigation. I believe that the strongest weapon that an attorney can have is knowledge of his case. I will aggressively prepare your case for litigation while attempting to resolve the issues on favorable terms - a kind of "peace through strength" approach to the practice of law.

What do other lawyers say?

 "In this day of large law firms and multi-million dollar budgets for state and federal governments, don't ever forget that ONE dedicated and talented criminal defense lawyer took on the entire state of Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Attorney General's Office and beat the hell out of them.  Who says the days of the solo practitioner and Lone Wolf are gone?  Not me."  

 - Jack Dempsey Pointer     Former President of the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association


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Civil appellate work is extremely broad.  It covers not only appeals from the district court, but also appeals from municipal courts, administrative courts and other administrative bodies. 



Any lower court may be challenged in the district court by filing a petition within 30 days of the date of the mailing of the judgment as shown on the certificate of mailing.  These actions include appeal from DPS administrative hearings which result in the appellate losing their driving privilege following an arrest for DUI, appeal from Workers Compensation Court, appeals from DHS Child Support Court. In these appeals, the courts give no deference to the factual or legal findings of the administrative panel.  Contact John Dunn to discuss your appeal.





Appellate must file a Petition in Error with the Supreme Court within 30 days of the entry of judgment.  The Court then sets the schedule for the preparation of the record and filing of the Appellant's Brief in Chief and the Appellee's Response Brief. 


As discussed on the Appellate Practices section, normally no new facts are introduced in this appeal.  In this appeal, the appellate court gives deference to factual issues determined by the trial court, but gives no deference to the application of law to those facts.  


You need a talented and skilled appellate lawyer who can review the case, identify all of the issues that need to be reviewed on appeal, and effectively present those issues to the appellate court.  Contact John Dunn to discuss your case.



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If you are searching for a Tulsa criminal defense attorney, or Tulsa criminal attorney , you need to contact John Dunn.  His expertise as a Tulsa Oklahoma attorney  and determination to represent clients with the best of his ability requires Mr. Dunn spend a great amount of time with the potential client before they are even a client - before they have spent a single penny on their legal defense - reviewing their case and determining what kind of defense to put on.  Following the client interview, Mr. Dunn reviews the police reports and the state's evidence and explores each avenue that may afford a legal or factual defense for his client.

John has assisted his clients as a Tulsa DUI lawyer, If you are needing a Tulsa DUI attorney , please visit our FAQ section of DUI defense info. Please call our law office quickly to obtain the best defense as quickly as possible.

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