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  • Tulsa County

    Mr. Cagle represented an individual at preliminary hearing that was charged with Felony Domestic Abuse. Mr. Cagle astutely pointed out the flaws in the State's case and that they had failed to prove all elements. The Judge agreed with Mr. Cagle and the case against his client was dismissed.

    February 15, 2017
  • Tulsa County

    Mr. Cagle represented a client that was accused of Robbery in the First Degree which is an 85% crime. Mr. Cagle successfully argued at District Court Arraignment that the facts did not constitute Burglary 1 but instead was burglary 2 which is a non 85% crime. Mr. Cagle's thorough legal work saved his client years in the Department of Corrections.

    March 16, 2016
  • Tulsa and Wagoner County

    Mr. Lee represented an individual who was charged with multiple counts of burglary and knowingly concealing stolen property. This client had hired several attorneys prior to hiring Mr. Lee and they were unable to resolve the case. After thoroughly reviewing the file Mr. Lee discovered a legal issue that had been over looked by prior counsel. Mr. Lee filed the necessary motions and successfully argued them which resulted in the case being dismissed and all charges against his client dropped in both Tulsa and Wagoner County.

    July 13, 2015
  • Tulsa County

    Stephen and Mark represented an individual that was in the middle of a nasty divorce when his wife made felony domestic violence accusations against him. The State filed Felony charges against him and Mark and Stephen immediately went on the offensive. Mark and Stephen had the charged reduced to a misdemeanor but still did not agree that their client had committed any crime. The case proceeded to jury trial where the client was found not guilty of all charges.

    May 11, 2015
  • Tulsa County

    Stephen Lee, Mark Cagle and Jack Gordon represented Darren Price in one of the most heinous murders in Tulsa County history. Darren Price was accused of Murdering an ORU student and her boyfriend execution style in Hicks Park. This crime was so heinous that the State filed what is referred to as a Bill of Particulars in the case, indicating that they intended to seek the death penalty. In this case guilt or innocence was not the question, the only question was whether a jury was going to sentence Mr. Price to death. After a grueling three week trial Mr. Price's legal team was able to secure a non-death verdict for their client; saving his life.

    January 6, 2014
  • Tulsa County

    Mr. Lee and Mr. Cagle represented a young man that was charged with Murder in the Second Degree. Once again the State believed they had a rock solid case as they had a videotaped "confession". Mr. Lee and Mr. Cagle viewed the "confession" and determined that it was not a confession at all but the product of a veteran police detective taking advantage of a scared young man. Mr. Cagle and Mr. Lee took the case to jury trial, where the jury viewed the "confession", and their client was found not guilty on all charges.

    February 11, 2013
  • Sequoyah County

    Mr. Lee had a client that was charged with trafficking methamphetamine and was facing an offer of 15 years in prison. Mr. Lee successfully argued a motion to suppress at preliminary and the evidence against his client was thrown out and the state was forced to dismiss his case.

    August 22, 2012
  • Okmulgee County

    Stephen Lee and Mark Cagle represented an individual charged with Murder in the First Degree concerning the death of a foster child in her care. The State believed that they had a rock solid case as Mr. Lee and Mr. Cagle's client had given several videotaped confessions. The outlook for the case was grim with these confessions but Mr. Lee and Mr. Cagle refused to give up on there client's innocence as they believed these "confessions" to be a product of bad interrogations by the police. They took the case to jury trial and the jury agreed quitting the client of Murder.

    November 21, 2011
  • Tulsa County

    An Individual was charged in Tulsa County with transporting a loaded firearm. This individual retained Mark Cagle to represent him in this matter and that proved to be the best decision he could have made. Mr. Cagle was able to successfully argue that the police illegally searched his client's vehicle and the case against his client was dismissed.

    July 22, 2010
  • Tulsa County

    Mr. Cagle represented an individual that was charged with Accessory to Robbery and Possession of a Controlled Drug. The Sate of Oklahoma offered Mr. Cagle's client a plea deal that would require 6 years in prison. Mr. Cagle argued that the State overreached when it charged his client with accessory to robbery and a judge agreed dismissing the charge. With the Accessory to Robbery dismissed Mr. Cagle reached a deal with the State that not only avoided prison time for his client but also kept a felony conviction off his record.

    March 17, 2010
  • Tulsa County

    The State of Oklahoma offered a 10 year sentence to Mr. Cagle's client that was charged with Endeavoring to Manufacture Methamphetamine. Mr. Cagle vigorously argued that the State did not have evidence to convict his client. Several Judges disagreed with Mr. Cagle but Mr. Cagle would not give up and continued to fight for his client. After further vigorous representation from Mr. Cagle the case against his client was ultimately dismissed.

    October 21, 2009
  • Tulsa County

    A client of Mr. Cagle's was charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Possession of a Controlled drug. The State, believing it had a solid case, offered Mr. Cagle's client 10 years in prison. Mr. Cagle analyzed his clients case and determined that the police had illegally searched his client's home. Mr. Cagle successfully argued his motion at preliminary hearing and the evidence against his client was thrown out, forcing the state to dismiss all charges.

    September 29, 2009
  • Tulsa County

    Mr. Cagle defended a client who was charged with Endeavoring to manufacture methamphetamine along with several other drug related charges. Due to Mr. Cagle's clients prior felony conviction the only offer the state would make was 30 years in prison. Mr. Cagle, through diligent legal research, determined that the police had illegally obtained a warrant to search his client's home. Mr. Cagle argued and won a motion to suppress leaving the State with no evidence against his client and they were forced to dismiss.

    September 15, 2009
  • Tulsa County

    Mr. Cagle represented an individual who was charged with 3 counts of violation of protective order. The State's only offer to Mr. Cagle's client was 1 year in county jail. Mr. Cagle and his client rejected this offer and proceeded to jury trial. After Mr. Cagle dismantled the State's case it only took the jury 15 minutes to reach a not guilty verdict and Mr. Cagle's client walked out of the courtroom a free man.

    March 12, 2008
  • Tulsa County

    Mr. Lee represented an individual who was charged with Felony Driving Under the Influence due to a prior felony charge. Due to Mr. Lee's client's history the only offer that the State would make was a 5 year prison sentence. Mr. Lee and his client refused this offer and proceeded to preliminary hearing. At preliminary hearing Mr. lee capitalized on a mistake by the prosecution and was able to get the case against his client dismissed.

    March 17, 2010
  • Rogers County

    Stephen Lee represented a young man who was charged with felony unauthorized use of a motor vehicle for essentially borrowing a friends car. This charged carried up to 5 years in prison and the prosecution, even with evidence to the contrary, was seeking incarceration for Mr. Lee's Client. Mr. Lee, after a long hard fight with the state, obtained a dismissal of all charges against his client.

    August 10, 2010
  • Muskogee County

    An inmate of Jess Dunn Correctional facility was charged with Possession of Contraband in a Correctional facility. Upon his release, 2 years after the charges were filed, the State attempted to proceed with the charges offering Mr. Lee's client an additional 7 years in prison. Mr. Lee vigorously asserted his client's right to a speedy trial and through hard work and perseverance was able to convince the Judge that the case against his client must be dismissed as the State had violated his client's rights.

    September 21, 2009
  • Rogers County

    Mr. Lee represented an individual who was a passenger in a vehicle in which marijuana was located by law enforcement. As a result this individual was charged with felony possession of marijuana which carried 2-10 years in prison. The State offered Mr. Lee's client 4 years in prison which was rejected. Mr. Lee proceeded to a motion hearing which he won and the case against his client was dismissed.

    August 3, 2009
  • Tulsa County

    Stephen Lee represented an individual who had previously plead to a Felony conviction and received a deferred sentence but failed to report to probation, or do anything, for 6 years. The State of Oklahoma filed an application to accelerate and sought to inaccurate Mr. Lee's client for 4 years. Mr. Lee and his client refused this offer from the state and proceeded to hearing. At the conclusion of all evidence Mr. Lee convinced the only sanction his client and to allow her to remain on her deferred sentence. Mr. Lee's aggressive representation of his client not only saved her from going to prison but also managed to keep her from becoming a convicted felon,

    June 4, 2008
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