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The Law Deans: Eduardo M. Peñalver, Cornell Law School
Adam Banner - Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Our most recent law dean interview takes us to Ithaca, New York, and one of the most prestigious law schools in the nation: Cornell Law School. Considered a top-tier law school, Cornell Law is unique in its small size which allows for rigorous legal education in an intimate setting. Each year, more than 4,000 applicants seek admission to Cornell Law School's JD program, but only about 200 enter the program. Once at Cornell, the 600 students enrolled in the JD program participate in a curriculum rich in both theory and practice. The law school boasts numerous centers, clinics, and programs designed to help law students learn to practice law at the highest level. Read More

Aggravated Trafficking in Illegal Drugs Charge Dismissed
Adam Banner - Monday, January 30, 2017

We were able to end this month with a great result for one of our clients. We secured a dismissal of our client's Aggravated Trafficking in Controlled Dangerous Substance charge which we had been fighting for almost a year and a half. Why is that something to celebrate? Well, aside from the obvious, let me explain the nature of an Aggravated Trafficking charge in a little more detail so you have a little background.
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The Law Deans: Nicholas W. Allard, Brooklyn Law School
Adam Banner - Thursday, January 26, 2017

What began as a series of interviews with regional law school deans has expanded across the nation. We have interviewed law deans nearly from coast to coast, and our latest interview takes place more than 1,450 miles from Oklahoma City in Brooklyn, New York, at the Brooklyn Law School. Read More

What is a "Violent" Crime or Offense in Oklahoma?
Adam Banner - Saturday, January 14, 2017

I cannot count the times a current or potential client has been misinformed on the nature of "violent" crimes and offenses in Oklahoma. Most of this stems from false information regarding the applicable laws or ingnorance induced by an attempt to apply common sense in a nonsensical area of the law. I am often asked questions such as "what crimes are considered violent?" and "is there a list of violent crimes?" among other inquires. Hopefully the following will help clear up some commonly held misonceptions about violent crime charges in Oklahoma and their potential repercussions. Read More


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