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
Soon after someone is arrested, a "bond" is set. This is a
dollar figure that will secure the Defendant's release from custody.
Some of these bonds are pre-set and others are determined by the
magistrate during the Defendant's initial appearance. There are a
number of factors that are properly considered when fixing bail.
Some of them are the Defendant's ties to the community, the nature and
severity of the crime, whether the Defendant represents a continuing
threat to the community, and whether the Defendant has retained counsel.
The Defendant can secure their release by posting a cash bond (in
other words, putting up the entire sum in cash), securing the bond
through property that is located within the county that has jurisdiction
over the criminal matter that has been appraised at at least three times
the bond amount, or by hiring a bail bondsman. When the proceeding
is over, regardless of outcome, the bond is returned to the person that
put it up. However, if the Defendant fails to appear for court,
the bond is forfeited.
A bail bondsman charges a fee for putting a bond. This fee is
generally a portion of the total value of the bond. This
represents a potential way for people that do not have enough cash or
property to post their own bond to be released from custody.
Below, I have provided a list of bail bondsmen that serve the Tulsa
|Name and Address of Bondsman
|Rosser Bail Bonds, 101 N. Denver, Tulsa, OK
Bail Bonds, 121 N Denver, Tulsa OK
|Doyle Davis Bail Bonds, 125 N. Denver, Tulsa, OK
|Jim Ringold Bail Bonds, 105 N. Denver, Tulsa, OK
|Rusty Roberts Bail Bonds, 103 N. Denver, Tulsa, OK
|Amigo Bail Bonds, 103 N. Denver, Tulsa, OK
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice.
You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
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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.
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