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FREE MARIJUANA LAWYER*
  1. Free legal representation for first offense marijuana possession.
  2. Tulsa City and County Courts only.
  3. No juvenile cases.
  4. First criminal charge only.
  5. Reasonable fees for other charges.
  6. Some restrictions apply.
DUI and DWI
Domestic Assault and Battery
Drug Possession
Illegal Search

BEWARE IMPOSTERS!

Since last century Iíve been making the offer to represent defendants on marijuana charges with the phrase that Iím FREE TILL ITíS LEGAL.

Lately, an imposter has been using the phrase ďUntil itís legalÖĒ on a VW van, with a phone number that mimics mine. Donít be fooled. He recently left the DAís office, where he had the job of prosecuting people for marijuana charges. And thereís nothing ďfreeĒ about him.

And although he has marijuana leaves and various phrases implying his prowess on the van, itís just a franchise he got from a REAL drug lawyer in OKC.

Donít accept imitations. Make sure your lawyer has gray hair and a name you can pronounce.


HELP ME CHANGE THE LAW

You know me. Since last century I've been protesting the War on Drugs by offering my services free to local first offenders in trouble for the first time. I'm "Free Till It's Legal*".

Recently the Tulsa jail was full and only certain offenders were arrested due to lack of space. I'm sure all of you out there think that all the pot smokers were out of the stream of those to be arrested.

You'd be wrong.

I'm not here today to ask that we legalize marijuana, but to call for a City of Tulsa ordinance against drug paraphernalia.


LETTER TO CITY COUNCILOR BLAKE EWING

Dear Councilor Ewing:

I'm an attorney. I've had an ad in the back of the Urban Tulsa for years, and have represented many of your people.

I'm sure that you and most of Tulsa assume that if we are having to kick people out of the jail, that we've already taken steps to make sure the pot smokers aren't sent to jail in the first place instead of others who may have done worse.

But you'd be wrong.


REPLY FROM CITY COUNCILOR BLAKE EWING

Michael,

Sounds good. Iíll get a meeting set up with legal to discuss the ordinance. Just help me to communicate to the pot smokers that Iím on their side and that Iím not cracking down on them. I wish we could just legalize it and move on with life, but thatís not happening here any time soon.

Blake


AN OPEN LETTER TO THE MAYOR

MICHAEL J. FAIRCHILD
ATTORNEY AT LARGE

918-584-7277

January 5, 2010

The Honorable Dewey Bartlett
Mayor of the City of Tulsa

Dear Mayor:

I have an idea that will keep more police on the streets as well as raise money for the city.

Currently, while marijuana is illegal under both city and state law, there is no city ordinance against drug paraphernalia.


SHOULDN'T OUR DRUG LAWS MAKE SENSE?

Alcohol kills. Tobacco Kills. Marijuana is illegal.

Alcohol and tobacco are addictive. Marijuana is illegal.

Why does Congress classify marijuana as having no medicinal benefit when doctors and scientists recognize its value for chemotherapy patients, AIDS patients, glaucoma sufferers, and those who have MS, to name a few?


THE MAN IN THE MALPRACTICE SUIT

Man in the Malpractice Suit

Attorney draws attention with `fight back' ads

Tulsa Tribune
by: JOE ROBERTSON
Tuesday, June 05, 1990



 

 
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