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Janice Steidley

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Rogers State University

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Rogers State University

1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd.

Claremore, Oklahoma,74017

United States

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Rogers County Cops and Courts Controversies Timeline - Wirth Law Office - Tulsa [cached]

Rogers County District Attorney Janice Steidley sends a text threatening "war" if a Mayes County Deputy Sheriff does not comply with her demands, saying "(sic) Your continuous talking about me and ive had enough so it's either going to stop or your going to have a war on your hands" and "I'm done eating s**t sandwiches.
(Source: Grand Jury Interim Report) John Singer files a lawsuit in federal court, saying Steidley and an assistant district attorney had fabricated perjury allegations against him. Singer alleged Steidley began questioning his credibility after Singer's wife expressed an interest in campaigning against Steidley for the DA's job. Janice Steidley and two assistant district attorneys file a libel lawsuit against the Claremore Daily Progress alleging the local newspaper repeatedly published articles containing false information about the District Attorney and her assistants. O'quin had announced plans to run against Steidley for the DA's job. Steidley and her foes alike welcomed the multi-county grand jury as a way to clear the air after months of allegations. Steidley and the two assistants who previously sued the newspaper for libel file a lawsuit against Singer, Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton and others who had circulated a citizens petition to empanel a grand jury to investigate alleged misdeeds in the District Attorney's office. A multicounty grand jury released a 74 page interim report that cited insufficient evidence to bring charges against Steidley or others in the DA's office, but which was otherwise cited an "appearance of impropriety," indications that were "consistent with a theme of allegations that District Attorney [Steidley] used undue influence and threatening tactics. The grand jury report in come instances lashed out at accused and accusers, citing "an overarching theme by both sides of systemic institutionalized bullying, and a profound lack of courtesy and professionalism in dealings between District Attorney [Steidley] and certain law enforcement agents in Rogers and Mayes County." Voters oust Steidley in the Republican primary race for Rogers County District Attorney preferring Claremore City Attorney Matthew Ballard in a 61 percent landslide on a split ticket in which Steidely received less than 14 percent of the vote. Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt stepped into the Rogers County controversies again, this time replacing Janice Steidley's office as legal counsel for the Rogers County Board of Commissioners after an assistant DA reportedly advised the board to meet in a closed session to legal matters without an attorney's presence in the closed meeting. A Washington County judge dismissed one of several lawsuits Janice Steidley filed against critics who petitioned for a grand jury investigation and against owners and staff at the Claremore newspaper. His decision cited the 2014 Oklahoma Citizens Participation Act, which provides a fast track defense when libel lawsuits challenge constitutionally protected advocacy. State auditors discovered that financial records had been deleted from a hard drive before District Attorney Janice Steidley left office on Dec. 31, 2015. Although the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council provides backup services for any DA's office in the state, the 12th District had not kept backups locally or in the statewide system, and had not printed hard copies of the records before reimaging the hard drive. The state auditor cited felony laws as criteria for non-compliance, and referred the report to the Attorney General. Read moreJune 2016 Tags: Janice Steidley, Rogers County

Grand Jury Calls for Standardized Oklahoma Giglio Policies - Wirth Law Office - Tulsa [cached]

In reaching its conclusions, the grand jury noted that Rogers County District Attorney Janice Steidley released information that called Singer's credibility into question 18 months after she first found out about the matter.
Steidley released the information around the time Singer's wife "began making overtures to run against (Steidley) in the 2014 district attorney's election, the grand jury stated. In calling for a statewide policy for release of Giglio material, the grand jury noted that Steidley's office in 2011 had decided not to treat as Giglio material a protective order previously filed in Washington state against a district attorney's investigator in her office. Steidley Files Another Libel Lawsuit On the same day the grand jury returned its final report, Steidley filed another lawsuit against some of those involved in organizing the petition drive that sparked the grand jury investigation. This time, Steidley targeted Tulsa attorney Bill Higgins, and former Rogers County special judge Erin O'Quin along with Singer's former wife, his mother and his stepfather (Edith Singer, Sally Williams and Carl William). Steidley on Oct. 16, 2013 filed a lawsuit against Singer, Rogers County sheriff Scott Walton, four other named individuals and 25 John Doe defendants involved in the 2013 grand jury petition drive. In her latest lawsuit, Steidley alleges those named in her suit libeled her and cost her the election. She garnered only about 13 percent of the three-way vote in June 24 Republican primary. Steidley's lawsuits against those who circulated the petitions say the grand jury found she had broken no laws: Tags: criminal attorney Tulsa, criminal defense attorney Tulsa, exculpatory evidence, Giglio, Janice Steidley, Rogers County

In an unusually strong audit finding, Oklahoma State Auditor Gary Jones cited two felony statutes in the context of explaining inaccessible financial records deleted from computer systems used by former District 12 District Attorney Janice Steidley.
Ballard defeated Steidley in a June, 2014 primary election. In the previous audit, Steidley's administration attributed some conditions in the 14 findings to "[p]rior administration. The two-year audit period included the final 18 months during which Steidley was District Attorney, and the first six months of Ballard's administration. Tags: Janice Steidley, Rogers County

CLAREMORE -- Former Rogers County District Attorney Janice Steidley and the Claremore Daily Progress have appealed their legal dispute over the state’s new free speech and petition law to the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

Janice Steidley served as Rogers County District Attorney from January of 2011 to January of 2015.
She lost her bid for re-election in 2014 in the wake of a public conflict with Walton and other Rogers County law enforcement officials over her handling of criminal cases. Steidley was the subject of a 2013 petition for a local grand jury investigation. The petition collected more than 7,000 voter signatures but a Tulsa judge ruled it invalid on a technicality. The petition’s accusations, however, were taken up by the state grand but Steidley was never indicted. “Janice and Larry Steidley caused Thurman to live in fear of her life, wondering on a daily basis whether her welfare or the welfare of her family was in imminent harm,� the lawsuit concluded. “The conduct of Janice and Larry Steidley substantially exceeded garden-variety negligence, and is fairly characterized as intentional, willful and reckless.�

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