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Tulsa sexual abuse defense attorney Kevin Adams is aggressively defends those accused of sexual abuse, sex crimes and lewd molestation. Tulsa sexual abuse defense lawyer Kevin Adams is an accomplished lawyer who utilizes his professional knowledge of criminal law and criminal procedure as well as years of trial experience to help those accused of sexual offenses. Mr. Adams has obtained years of proven results and offers a free consultation.
False accusations of child sex abuse and lewd molestation are far too frequent in our society. The accusation alone ruins reputations and often destroys families. These types of charges are often filed with no physical evidence, and are often motivated by child custody disputes or rebellious teenagers trying to get their way.
If you or a loved one have been accused of an accusation of lewd molestation or of child sex abuse you need a criminal trial lawyer experienced in these types of cases. Charges of Child Sexual Abuse and Lewd Molestation are more likely to proceed to jury trial than other types of criminal charges, because it only takes an accusation to get these types of charges filed and the consequences for the defendant are often so severe for there can be no room for compromise.
In this case Mr. Adams defended a 64 year old man that was falsely accused of Lewd Molestation. This was a tough case because there were two complaining witnesses and DNA results that the client could not be excluded from. Mr. Adams never doubted his client's innocence and during the trial he skillfully cross-examined the state's two complaining witnesses and the state's two DNA experts. After a 3 day jury trial and 5 hours of deliberations his client was found not guilty on all counts. Mr. Adams defeated the state's DNA evidence without calling a DNA expert of his own. Mr. Adams got all the evidence he needed from the state's experts.
In this case Mr. Adams represented a young man who was falsely accused of sexually abusing a family member. After numerous conversations with the prosecutor on the case and presenting the prosecutor with new evidence the case was dismissed. DNA evidence obtained after the dismissal supported the innocence of Mr. Adams client.
In this case Mr. Adams represented a local coach that had been wrongfully accused of inappropriately touching a girl that he coached. What was tragic about this case that the coach has spent years of his life helping young women get scholarships to college and because of the false accusation the coach was facing up to 20 years in prison. The community support for this coach was overwhelming and the state knew that it was in for a long and drawn out fight. The state blinked and offered the coach a deal that was too good to turn down. A two year deferred sentence on the misdemeanor charge of Outraging Public Decency. The basis of the misdemeanor charge was that the coach made an inappropriate comment to the girl. The felony charge concerning the inappropriate touching was dismissed. After two years the coach's record will be whipped clean and he can now pick up the pieces of his life and move on.
In this case in Tulsa District Court Mr. Adams represented a client who was accused of using a video camera to secretly video tape "up the skirt" of a 16 year old woman. In this case Mr. Adams filed a Motion to Dismiss and successfully argued, that to secretly video tape "up the skirt" of an unsuspecting woman, did not violate Oklahoma Law. The case was dismissed and the state appealed the ruling to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals; the ruling was affirmed. This case drew national attention and was featured in newspapers across the country and on the Fox News Channel. As a result of this case the legislature is changing the statute.
In this case in Tulsa County District Court, State of Oklahoma v. R.H. Mr. Adams obtained the reversal of a conviction for Sexual Abuse of a Minor Child by filing a Motion to Arrest the Judgment in a case where his client (while being represented by another attorney) had been convicted by a jury and received a 24 year sentence. Kevin Adams was able to get the conviction overturned without even having to appeal the case to the Oklahoma court of Criminal Appeals. After much legal maneuvering and filing several motions Mr. Adams was able to negotiate a settlement of the case for a No Contest Plea and a 6 year sentence, on a crime that did not require his client to serve the dreaded 85% of his time. Mr. Adams saved R.H. from spending approximately 12 years in prison. R.H. is out of prison and back with his family.
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on the charge of Sexual Abuse of a Minor Child. State of Oklahoma v. Frederick English, CF-2002-2108. Mr. English was charged with two counts of Sexually Abusing a Minor Child, the Jury Acquitted Mr. English on 1 count and deadlocked on the other count 9-3 for Acquittal. The case was resolved on the deadlocked count with a no contest plea on an amended misdemeanor charge that did not require Mr. English to register as a sex offender. This was Mr. Adams fourth jury trial.
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on all counts. State of Oklahoma v. Leandrew Charles White, CF-2002-401. Mr. White was charged with one count of Sexually Abusing a Minor Child and three counts of injury to a minor child. After a week long trial the jury deliberated approximately three hours before acquitting Mr. White on all charges. This was Mr. Adams second jury trial.
Jury Verdict of Acquittal on the sole charge of Sexual Abuse of a Minor Child. State of Oklahoma v. Dannie Virgil Clem, CF-2002-6080. The jury deliberated approximately 30 minutes after a three day trial in reaching their verdict of acquittal. This was Mr. Adams first jury trial and he had only been licensed to practice law a little more than a year.
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