|On Friday, the 27 day of March, 2020, the Oklahoma Supreme Court issued SCAD No. 2020-29, which was the Court’s application of Governor Stitt’s Fourth Amended Executive Order, 2020-7, issued on the 24th day of March, 2020.|
The entire Judicial Order, signed by Chief Justice Noma D. Gurich and Presiding Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals, David B. Lewis is attached below; however, the highlights and major implications of the Order are as follows:
Top Takeaways from Supreme Court’s New Order
What does this mean for me?
Criminal Defense: We can assist you or your family member in getting released from custody and develop your defense.
Current clients, we are working tirelessly to reschedule / resolve all out of custody client matters and fighting for progress for our clients in custody.
Personal Injury: We can assist you in identifying your claim and gathering all relevant records. We can begin the process of helping you seek compensation before this crisis is over.
Currently clients, we are continuing to seek records and litigate client cases with opposing counsel and adjusters.
Family Law Matters: We can and have set emergency hearings for clients that qualify. We can reach agreed orders and negotiate with opposing parties.
Current clients, we are continuing to seek agreement on issues that can be resolved and implementing strategy to fight for every client’s desired outcome.
We are offering DELAYED billing and INITIAL RETAINER FEES during this crisis.
Effective Immediately: Updated COVID-19 Order
- Personal Injury (50)