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Janice Steidley

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Rogers State University


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www.kjrh.com

Mayes County District Attorney Janice Steidley said Monday roughly 25 stop signs, yield signs and street signs were taken over the weekend.
"This is a senseless prank which could cost someone their life and we want to make the public aware," Steidley said.


www.springfieldnewssun.com

Mayes County District Attorney Janice Steidley says some two dozen street signs have been stolen and the county sheriff says Facebook has led authorities to a "person of interest" in the thefts.
Steidley says the thefts include stop signs, yield signs and street signs taken from northern Mayes County and ...


www.tulsaworld.com

Janice Steidley, the district attorney for Mayes, Rogers and Craig counties, will determine whether the shooting was justified.


steidleyforda.com

Janice Steidley for DA
As the campaign closes, Janice Steidley has focused on the issues. "I entered this race because we need a positive change in the DA's office," Janice said. "I am so humbled that so many people have recognized the same problems that I've seen and are supporting my bid for positive change." Janice Steidley has earned the endorsement of law enforcement organizations in all three counties of the 12th District with her focus on solutions. Here are some of the issues that have caused so many individuals to support Janice Steidley for District Attorney: Janice Steidley believes taxpayers deserve the best defense. • In Craig County, a 210-pound man bounced and shook his two-month-old son until he turned blue and his brain began bleeding. The man confessed, saying that he knew he needed help and realized he could have killed the baby. He was jailed on $100,000 bond but released in a few days after the DA's office agreed to lower the bond to $15,000. He could have received a life sentence. Instead, he cut a deal with the DA for a five-year deferred sentence-meaning he'll emerge with a clean record. (Case #CF-09-227). Janice Steidley is. Janice Steidley recognizes that the DA's office must handle a wide variety of critical tasks effectively and efficiently. We need a DA who gets the job done right instead of making excuses. We need better management. We need someone with a broad range of experience. We need Janice Steidley. Please vote July 27. Janice Steidley, candidate for District Attorney, has earned the endorsement of the Pryor Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 116 Bargaining Unit. Click here to read the Pryor Endorsement. Voters are invited to learn more about Janice at two Meet and Greet events. Friday, July 9, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm, voters are invited to visit with Janice at the Law Office of Kimberly Appelman and Brandy O'Brian at 2170 N. Old Hwy 66, Catoosa (caddy corner from Reasors). Janice will speak at 5:30 pm. Janice Steidley has received endorsements from the Claremore Fraternal Order of Police and the Vinita Fraternal Order of Police. Janice Steidley has a broad range of experience as a prosecutor, drug court coordinator, attorney in private practice, college teacher, mother of three and school volunteer. Her proven management and organizational abilities have earned the endorsement of law enforcement officials and other citizens. "I'm humbled by all the support I have received," Janice said. "It shows that there really is a need for a positive change in the District Attorney's office." See the endorsement page for the complete text of both endorsements and other people who have endorsed Janice Steidley. Janice Steidley is seeking the Democratic nomination for District Attorney in the 12th Judicial District, saying the office must provide better and more efficient service to the people of Rogers, Mayes and Craig counties. Janice has experience as a prosecutor, drug court coordinator, attorney in private practice, college teacher, mother of three and school volunteer. The Steidley family's roots go back four generations in Rogers County. "It is time for a positive change," Janice said in announcing her candidacy. "Solving the problems means breaking with the past." Janice says she will be a working prosecutor with her own docket of court cases, automatically adding a prosecutor to the District Attorney's office. That will allow cases to be handled more promptly. "My motto is, 'Get it done'," she said. As District Attorney Janice says she will: Janice, 39, is a cum laude graduate of the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where she met her husband Larry during her first year. They returned to his home town of Claremore, where she joined the District Attorney's office in 1999, handling misdemeanors, felonies and juvenile cases in Rogers County, In April 2003, she and her husband formed the Steidley Law Firm in Claremore, where she handles criminal defense, deprived and delinquent juvenile cases and guardian ad litem appointments to domestic and guardianship cases. She has been Drug Court Coordinator for Mayes and Craig counties since 2003. The court works to rehabilitate certain offenders through intense treatment and supervision. She also has served as a part-time adjunct professor at both Rogers State University and Northeastern State University, teaching courses in Torts and Litigation, Criminal Law II and Criminal Evidence. The Steidley family includes children Nathaniel, 10; Matthew, 6, and Emily, 4. They reside in Verdigris and the children attend Verdigris Schools, where she is an active volunteer. She is a member of St. Cecilia Catholic Church. "As a mother and a property owner, I want safe neighborhoods and effective use of our tax dollars. As your District Attorney, I will get the job done right," she said. Click to receive updates from Janice about the campaign by email. Paid by Janice Steidley for District Attorney 2010 Janice Steidley for DA


steidleyforda.com

Janice Steidley for DA
Steidley seeks DA post Posted onJune 10, 2010bysteidleyforda Janice Steidley is seeking the Democratic nomination for District Attorney in the 12th Judicial District, saying the office must provide better and more efficient service to the people of Rogers, Mayes and Craig counties. Janice has experience as a prosecutor, drug court coordinator, attorney in private practice, college teacher, mother of three and school volunteer. The Steidley family's roots go back four generations in Rogers County. "It is time for a positive change," Janice said in announcing her candidacy. "Solving the problems means breaking with the past." Janice says she will be a working prosecutor with her own docket of court cases, automatically adding a prosecutor to the District Attorney's office. That will allow cases to be handled more promptly. "My motto is, 'Get it done'," she said. As District Attorney Janice says she will: Janice, 39, is a cum laude graduate of the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where she met her husband Larry during her first year. They returned to his home town of Claremore, where she joined the District Attorney's office in 1999, handling misdemeanors, felonies and juvenile cases in Rogers County, In April 2003, she and her husband formed the Steidley Law Firm in Claremore, where she handles criminal defense, deprived and delinquent juvenile cases and guardian ad litem appointments to domestic and guardianship cases. She has been Drug Court Coordinator for Mayes and Craig counties since 2003. The court works to rehabilitate certain offenders through intense treatment and supervision. She also has served as a part-time adjunct professor at both Rogers State University and Northeastern State University, teaching courses in Torts and Litigation, Criminal Law II and Criminal Evidence. The Steidley family includes children Nathaniel, 10; Matthew, 6, and Emily, 4. They reside in Verdigris and the children attend Verdigris Schools, where she is an active volunteer. She is a member of St. Cecilia Catholic Church. "As a mother and a property owner, I want safe neighborhoods and effective use of our tax dollars. As your District Attorney, I will get the job done right," she said. Click to receive updates from Janice about the campaign by email. Paid by Janice Steidley for District Attorney 2010 Janice Steidley for DA


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