Police Raid Former Lincoln County Judge's Law Office

Mar 21, 2013 Full story: News9 Oklahoma City 117

The Oklahoma Attorney General's Office confirms a search warrant was served on the law office of Craig Key in Chandler, but what was recovered and why it happened is under seal, said Diane Clay who is a spokesperson for the state's Attorney General's office.

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Beautiful Beginnings

Edmond, OK

#102 Apr 28, 2013
Under Siege Okie wrote:
<quoted text>You seem to be having some sort of episode. What do you think bonding out means? I don't drink rum and coke, and I'm not sure why you think I am Craig, but you just keep on working on your problems instead of inviting bad Karma by being hateful to people you have never met.
I am not inviting bad karma. I'm an agent of karma.

If you are not Craig, then you are a creepy, weird goon from your previous inputs (just see activity on today's date, 28 Apr 2013, on Topix under "What about attorney Craig Key").

So if you are not Craig, it would be nice for you to go away. But you won't.... Craig....


And the only episode I'm having is trying to decipher your alcohol-laced previous input here on Topix. Or maybe meth. Whatever you can afford nowadays.

Since: Feb 09

Oklahoma City, OK

#103 Apr 28, 2013
Beautiful Beginnings wrote:
<quoted text>
I am not inviting bad karma. I'm an agent of karma.
If you are not Craig, then you are a creepy, weird goon from your previous inputs (just see activity on today's date, 28 Apr 2013, on Topix under "What about attorney Craig Key").
So if you are not Craig, it would be nice for you to go away. But you won't.... Craig....
And the only episode I'm having is trying to decipher your alcohol-laced previous input here on Topix. Or maybe meth. Whatever you can afford nowadays.
Oh, BB, that is harsh, it hurts. Why just last night we shared some time together and I'm sorry that I didn't realize it was really you. I'm serious, I don't drink rum & coke, but now that I think about it, that was you with that bottle of heaven hill and the 2 liter of coke sitting out by the lake doin a little business.
Happy in Chandler

Oklahoma City, OK

#104 Apr 28, 2013
Under Siege Okie wrote:
<quoted text>Well, I would think that you are incorrect. Why would one surrender a license that was the culmination of a very long and expensive education that would allow for a very good income. I'd say that anyone who ever surrendered a law license would be suspect of criminal activity or at least very shady dealings. Disbarrment is a long process and usually it isn't a permanent situation. Think back, I'm sure you can think of a least 3 very prominent Oklahoma attorneys who faced disbarrment who didn't surrender their license and who it took forever to disbar. Your hints are that one of them was from southeastern Oklahoma and the other two from the OKC area. Think one of them was for "taking it out in trade". None of which does anything to improve the reputation of attorneys as a whole. I'm sure you've heard the joke about how you tell a snake in the road from an attorney in the road, haven't you?
Why indeed... Perhaps to try and avoid disbarment thinking if they can beat the charges against them they could resume their career! I agree if they do turn in their license they have probably been involved in criminal or shady activity....Barack and Michelle Obama both turned in theirs. It is not expensive if you do not repay your student loans. Wonder whose student loan Key owes 150 thousand on? Word from some in the know say the Bar Association has already sent a recommendation to the court for disbarment and it can be permanent. I was afraid it would take forever, but have been pleasantly surprised that 28 days after they raided his office the indictments were filed, 7 days later he was arrested, and it looks like the Bar Association is moving at record speed (probably trying to cover their fannies for sitting on 80 plus complaints). For someone who has no personal involvement you have almost written a novel on here. Maybe you are Ann Landers reincarnated. Also considering the financial amounts in the indictments are not an unusually high amount (no Bernie Madoff) the restrictions put On Key would make you think that the best is yet to come. You keeping spouting off all your nonsense and everyone will keep calling you Craig Key.

Since: Feb 09

Oklahoma City, OK

#105 Apr 28, 2013
Happy in Chandler wrote:
<quoted text>Why indeed... Perhaps to try and avoid disbarment thinking if they can beat the charges against them they could resume their career! I agree if they do turn in their license they have probably been involved in criminal or shady activity....Barack and Michelle Obama both turned in theirs. It is not expensive if you do not repay your student loans. Wonder whose student loan Key owes 150 thousand on? Word from some in the know say the Bar Association has already sent a recommendation to the court for disbarment and it can be permanent. I was afraid it would take forever, but have been pleasantly surprised that 28 days after they raided his office the indictments were filed, 7 days later he was arrested, and it looks like the Bar Association is moving at record speed (probably trying to cover their fannies for sitting on 80 plus complaints). For someone who has no personal involvement you have almost written a novel on here. Maybe you are Ann Landers reincarnated. Also considering the financial amounts in the indictments are not an unusually high amount (no Bernie Madoff) the restrictions put On Key would make you think that the best is yet to come. You keeping spouting off all your nonsense and everyone will keep calling you Craig Key.
Now,now, Hap. You need to take a real close look at how that went down. The devil is always in the details. You say "arrested", I say "surrendered to authorities". The first implies that he was taken in by the authorities on their terms. The second implies what actually happened, which is he appeared on his own and surrendered. At his time and place of choice. That is something that can be arranged, but if it is you or me and we had an overdue parking ticket, well, let's just say we probably couldn't choose the date to show up, they would haul us in straight away.
As to student loans, well, have you ever had any dealings with student loans? When I attended college the high dollar school in this state charged $75/credit hour and CSC which is now UCO charged $11/credit hour. I remember when it went up to $14/credit hour and you would've sworn there was some real blood-letting happening. I've had no student loans, parents paid some and I paid as I went. St.son & wife had loans, neices & neph. had loans. They didn't go most expensive & only for less than 4 yrs, but was still some real big money (More than my current house cost). I imagine law school is quite expensive. Plus, I do have experience about how those loans are serviced afterward and have seen kids have to pay more than once due to the p.poor record keeping and the fact that the loans are placed multiple times with multiple agencies who very often do not keep good records of payments and add on amounts that are not legal. It shouldn't be too difficult to figure out who the loan belongs to. What county is that proceeding listed in?
livinitup

Oklahoma City, OK

#106 Apr 29, 2013
Under Siege Okie wrote:
<quoted text>Since you believe so strongly in Karma, you need to consider all of the ill Karma that you are bringing onto yourself by the false acqusation that I am Craig Key. This will be fun for me to watch, even if you don't think I don't know who you are, because I can read that week late copy of the county paper and figure out who you are.
As to Craig Key, well, if he is guilty, that might be proven in court or it might not be. My point on the surrendering of the license to practice law, and if you thought it was always a red flag, isn't really about Key, but about others who have surrendered a license to practice law.
Lol. Mrs Doubtfire comes to mind. Key dressed up as a Grandma! I have to say he does have the figure for it lol. Well and the personality. Split personality. One minute an ex attorney/criminal next minute a Grandma. Key I personally think you make great Grandma. I'm enjoying reading your posts. Seems as though you are working so hard to convince others you are not Key however what Grandma has a screen name "Under Seige Okie"? Maybe someone who joined coincidentally after the Kelsey Briggs death. Grandma who are you under seige from ? Grandma must have a lot of enemies with a screen name like that. Lots of folks blamed you for that little girls death ?? Is that what you have been under seige from ? I see where others have asked you this same question but you conveniently ignored their question. Just curious and amused
Happy in Chandler

Oklahoma City, OK

#107 Apr 29, 2013
Under Siege Okie wrote:
<quoted text>Now,now, Hap. You need to take a real close look at how that went down. The devil is always in the details. You say "arrested", I say "surrendered to authorities". The first implies that he was taken in by the authorities on their terms. The second implies what actually happened, which is he appeared on his own and surrendered. At his time and place of choice. That is something that can be arranged, but if it is you or me and we had an overdue parking ticket, well, let's just say we probably couldn't choose the date to show up, they would haul us in straight away.
As to student loans, well, have you ever had any dealings with student loans? When I attended college the high dollar school in this state charged $75/credit hour and CSC which is now UCO charged $11/credit hour. I remember when it went up to $14/credit hour and you would've sworn there was some real blood-letting happening. I've had no student loans, parents paid some and I paid as I went. St.son & wife had loans, neices & neph. had loans. They didn't go most expensive & only for less than 4 yrs, but was still some real big money (More than my current house cost). I imagine law school is quite expensive. Plus, I do have experience about how those loans are serviced afterward and have seen kids have to pay more than once due to the p.poor record keeping and the fact that the loans are placed multiple times with multiple agencies who very often do not keep good records of payments and add on amounts that are not legal. It shouldn't be too difficult to figure out who the loan belongs to. What county is that proceeding listed in?
Blah, blah, blah! You are so full of yourself Craig. Check it out and see who usually does not repay student loans. Doctors and lawyers! He surrendered on his own terms! Surely you are joking.... He turned himself in to avoid being picked up and cuffed! He is not in charge. Another sociopathic statement to indicate you are Key! Who cares what county the suit is filed in... He owes 150 thousand dollars on a delinquent student loan. Key did not go to law school because of a dedication to lady justice, he went in order to commit crimes and get by with it! He did the crime and now he needs to do the time.

Since: Feb 09

Oklahoma City, OK

#108 Apr 29, 2013
livinitup wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol. Mrs Doubtfire comes to mind. Key dressed up as a Grandma! I have to say he does have the figure for it lol. Well and the personality. Split personality. One minute an ex attorney/criminal next minute a Grandma. Key I personally think you make great Grandma. I'm enjoying reading your posts. Seems as though you are working so hard to convince others you are not Key however what Grandma has a screen name "Under Seige Okie"? Maybe someone who joined coincidentally after the Kelsey Briggs death. Grandma who are you under seige from ? Grandma must have a lot of enemies with a screen name like that. Lots of folks blamed you for that little girls death ?? Is that what you have been under seige from ? I see where others have asked you this same question but you conveniently ignored their question. Just curious and amused
Since you asked so nicely: Under Siege Okie dates from Feb 2009 when the charming urban neighborhood I chose to move into because of the nice balance of people (ages, occupations, well-kept smaller homes, pretty balanced ethnic mix) was suddenly overrun by those who just got here (and not through legal channels) and suddenly there were drive-by shootings and drug deals in the street. They particulary targeted my friend, Patty (may she rest in peace). Her problem with them? The brand new this week, ink not dry on the fake i.d., trash with capital letters kept trying to get at her 12 year old daughter. She was a very proud All-American girl of the 3rd generation removed from Colombia (legally). We went through a time when even the police wouldn't come out to this neighborhood. She took a stand and we backed her.It is amazing what can be done by a few "examples". They will not be forgetting the deliberate way that my husband calmly dispatched that dog which was attacking the little boy in the street. We are not much troubled by them anymore. The local coyote has decided to retire from that business and perhaps he will be happier in his new residence with his friends that had the horse ranch. They are pretty much retired now, too. Guess it will be official when their trial in Houston is over.

As for that poor little girl, K.B., I believe that there were plenty of lies from all parties and plenty of blame to go around. Therefore, I will let GOD sort it out in his own good time.

Since: Feb 09

Oklahoma City, OK

#109 Apr 29, 2013
Happy in Chandler wrote:
<quoted text>Blah, blah, blah! You are so full of yourself Craig. Check it out and see who usually does not repay student loans. Doctors and lawyers! He surrendered on his own terms! Surely you are joking.... He turned himself in to avoid being picked up and cuffed! He is not in charge. Another sociopathic statement to indicate you are Key! Who cares what county the suit is filed in... He owes 150 thousand dollars on a delinquent student loan. Key did not go to law school because of a dedication to lady justice, he went in order to commit crimes and get by with it! He did the crime and now he needs to do the time.
There are plenty of folks beside doctors and lawyers who do not repay their student loans. An amazing number of those who don't repay are those who went to institutions of higher learning that are not universities. Or those who do not complete their degree program. Unlike other debts, there is no statue of limitations and the interest keeps accruing on an indebtedness which will never go away. Also, I am sure you are aware that a great many professions require additional schooling every 5 years in order to keep your professional credential.
As to arranging to surrender vs being picked up, it is my understanding that he appeared in court, representing a client the day before he surrendered. Certainly if there was not some arrangement, the officers of the court would've arrested him at that point. Amazing how you are so dead set against any version of this except for yours, even when the truth of the matter is being reported on the news and video clips abound.

Are you now a psychic? You are claiming to know the thoughts that were in the mind of a person some 30+ years ago. How is that possible? If you in fact had that knowledge and failed to safeguard yourself from financial injury, well that is just silly of you. Why didn't you warn all these "victims" if you knew so much? For sure you should've told the guy with the trailer and cows about it.

What does it matter what county it was filed in? Well, I'd like to look it up. All those Missourians in the background.
Happy in Chandler

Oklahoma City, OK

#110 Apr 29, 2013
Under Siege Okie wrote:
<quoted text>There are plenty of folks beside doctors and lawyers who do not repay their student loans. An amazing number of those who don't repay are those who went to institutions of higher learning that are not universities. Or those who do not complete their degree program. Unlike other debts, there is no statue of limitations and the interest keeps accruing on an indebtedness which will never go away. Also, I am sure you are aware that a great many professions require additional schooling every 5 years in order to keep your professional credential.
As to arranging to surrender vs being picked up, it is my understanding that he appeared in court, representing a client the day before he surrendered. Certainly if there was not some arrangement, the officers of the court would've arrested him at that point. Amazing how you are so dead set against any version of this except for yours, even when the truth of the matter is being reported on the news and video clips abound.
Are you now a psychic? You are claiming to know the thoughts that were in the mind of a person some 30+ years ago. How is that possible? If you in fact had that knowledge and failed to safeguard yourself from financial injury, well that is just silly of you. Why didn't you warn all these "victims" if you knew so much? For sure you should've told the guy with the trailer and cows about it.
What does it matter what county it was filed in? Well, I'd like to look it up. All those Missourians in the background.
Not psychic, he learned at an early age that a position could be used to circumvent the law by a former judge. Check with classmates as to how he always avoided DUI convictions. Hence a possible decision to become a member of the bar and as you have stated previously it is hard to disbar a sorry attorney. People have been trying to get something done about him for years by filing complaints! What is your love for this man: you claim you are not him and not related to him....there is a very strange situation here.

Since: Feb 09

Oklahoma City, OK

#111 Apr 29, 2013
Happy in Chandler wrote:
<quoted text>Not psychic, he learned at an early age that a position could be used to circumvent the law by a former judge. Check with classmates as to how he always avoided DUI convictions. Hence a possible decision to become a member of the bar and as you have stated previously it is hard to disbar a sorry attorney. People have been trying to get something done about him for years by filing complaints! What is your love for this man: you claim you are not him and not related to him....there is a very strange situation here.
Love? Wow, that must be a real cheap commodity in your world. I do not have personal feelings for that person, however, I would seek to understand the type of person who would harbor such hatred in their heart and soul and make professions of being a follower of the perfect one.

Since: Feb 09

Oklahoma City, OK

#112 Apr 29, 2013
Happy in Chandler wrote:
<quoted text>Not psychic, he learned at an early age that a position could be used to circumvent the law by a former judge. Check with classmates as to how he always avoided DUI convictions. Hence a possible decision to become a member of the bar and as you have stated previously it is hard to disbar a sorry attorney. People have been trying to get something done about him for years by filing complaints! What is your love for this man: you claim you are not him and not related to him....there is a very strange situation here.
ohk, don't forget, you still haven't answered the question regarding student loans.
HarleysRule

Edmond, OK

#113 May 5, 2013
A friend of mine I went to school with in Chandler told me about this website. WOW ! I am surprised at everything I read. I read the other forum first "What about Craig Key?" and just finished this one. I am amazed of all that is going on in my hometown. So sad to hear. But again there has been alot of criminal activity in the past but I guess I assumed it had been cleaned up. I am very happy I do not live there any longer. Not a good place to raise children that's for sure. Good Luck to the citizens of Lincoln County.

Since: Feb 09

Oklahoma City, OK

#114 May 5, 2013
HarleysRule wrote:
A friend of mine I went to school with in Chandler told me about this website. WOW ! I am surprised at everything I read. I read the other forum first "What about Craig Key?" and just finished this one. I am amazed of all that is going on in my hometown. So sad to hear. But again there has been alot of criminal activity in the past but I guess I assumed it had been cleaned up. I am very happy I do not live there any longer. Not a good place to raise children that's for sure. Good Luck to the citizens of Lincoln County.
Well, maybe this time when they go after the corruption, they will get it all and then be vigilant about other types of corruption coming back. Corruption is like cancer. You get the dr opinion and maybe they do surgery and chemo and radiation and they think they get all of it. Well, if they didn't, or if you didn't finish treatment, it will be back. And if they did get it all, then it seems there is an opening for another kind. That's why you have to keep tabs on what is going on and keep looking and making sure its not coming back again. I think there are some cages that have been rattled real good in the past month and there is going to be a lot of fallout from it. Stuff that most folks don't think is remotely connected to what is happening on these cases against C.K., but time will tell.
HarleysRule

Oklahoma City, OK

#115 May 6, 2013
Under Siege Okie wrote:
<quoted text>Well, maybe this time when they go after the corruption, they will get it all and then be vigilant about other types of corruption coming back. Corruption is like cancer. You get the dr opinion and maybe they do surgery and chemo and radiation and they think they get all of it. Well, if they didn't, or if you didn't finish treatment, it will be back. And if they did get it all, then it seems there is an opening for another kind. That's why you have to keep tabs on what is going on and keep looking and making sure its not coming back again. I think there are some cages that have been rattled real good in the past month and there is going to be a lot of fallout from it. Stuff that most folks don't think is remotely connected to what is happening on these cases against C.K., but time will tell.
Guess I will have to check back in a few months to learn about any updates. Maybe it will take longer. I hope they clean it up for good this time.
HappyPappy

Edmond, OK

#117 May 7, 2013
HarleysRule wrote:
<quoted text>
Guess I will have to check back in a few months to learn about any updates. Maybe it will take longer. I hope they clean it up for good this time.
http://www.oscn.net/applicatio ns/oscn/deliverdocument.asp?ci teid=468959

STATE OF OKLAHOMA ex rel. OKLAHOMA BAR ASSOCIATION Complainant,
v.
CRAIG STEVEN KEY, Respondent.

ORDER APPROVING RESIGNATION

1 On April 25, 2013, the Oklahoma Bar Association (Bar Association), notified the Court that the respondent, Craig Steven Key (Attorney/respondent), resigned from the Oklahoma Bar Association pending disciplinary proceedings. The disciplinary proceedings relate to: misappropriation of client funds; failure to provide accounting of settlement funds, failure to communicate with clients, conflict of interest, and committed forgery and embezzlement.

2 THE COURT FINDS:

1. The respondent has voluntarily resigned from the Oklahoma Bar Association by complying with Rule 8.1 and Rule 8.2, Rules Governing Disciplinary Proceedings, 5 O.S. Supp. 2008 Ch. 1, App. 1-A.

The respondent's affidavit of resignation reflects that: a) it was freely and voluntarily rendered; b) he was not subject to coercion or duress; and c) he was fully aware of the consequences of submitting the resignation.

2. The respondent states that he is aware of the following grievances against him:

DC 12-056: Grievance by James Dale Morningstar: regarding allegations that despite repeated requests, he failed to provide his client with an accounting of $57,238.00 in settlement funds he received on the client's behalf since September of 2010. Said grievance further alleges he may have misappropriated said funds for personal use.

DC 12-068: Grievance by Tara Johnson: regarding allegations that he neglected client's case and failed to earn or refund a $3,500.00 retainer fee she paid on or about November 30, 2011. The grievance further alleges he failed to diligently communicate with client despite repeated requests for action or information regarding the status of case or refund of the retainer.

DC 12-246: Grievance by the Office of the General Counsel: regarding a report from First Bank of Chandler, received by the Oklahoma Bar Association on November 19, 2012, that client trust account had been overdrawn since October 15, 2012 in the amount of $5,482.24. Said grievance further alleges he failed to provide a written response to the inquiry to the Office of the General Counsel as required by Rule 5.2, RGDP.

DC 13-0009: Grievance by Jennifer Savage: regarding allegations he failed to promptly handle, account for, and safe keep settlement funds in which Accident Care & Treatment Center of Oklahoma City, OK claimed an interest. Said grievance further alleged his trust account check written to Accident Care & Treatment Center in the amount of $8,391.28 was returned for insufficient funds on January 7, 2013.
HappyPappy

Edmond, OK

#118 May 7, 2013
DC 13-014 Grievance by Steven Lemar Mitchell: regarding allegations he neglected client's lawsuit which resulted in its dismissal and that he failed to communicate with client regarding concerns about the case. Said grievance further alleges he had a conflict of interest in representing Mr. Mitchell's wife in a divorce proceeding because he had previously had a conversation with Mr. Mitchell about the possibility of representing him in the divorce wherein he divulged confidential information.

DC 13-052: Grievance by Joseph T. Wood: regarding allegations he neglected a quiet title suit, failed to communicate with requests for information as to the status of the matter, made repeated misrepresentations about refunding the unearned fee of $1,000.00 retainer and that he may have converted said funds to his own personal use.

DC 13-064: Grievance by Michelle Roux: regarding allegations he neglected her family law matter and failed to earn a $2,500.00 retainer fee.

DC 13-065 Grievance by Steve and Wendy Mays: regarding allegations he missed the statute of limitations on their personal injury claim, lied about settling their case, and that he gave his clients a check from his client trust account at the First Bank of Chandler (Account #143477, Check #1146) in the amount of $3,990.30 on October 11, 2011 and a cashier's check from First Bank of Chandler (No. B 09276 in the amount of $8,642.00) on June 12, 2012 in an effort to hide his neglect of their legal matter.

DC 13-066: Grievance by the Office of the General Counsel: regarding criminal charges filed against him in Lincoln County District Court Case No. CF-2013-137 alleging he committed the felony crimes of (I) Delivery of a Forged Instrument and (II) Embezzlement (See also DC 12-56, supra.)

DC 13-067: Grievance by the Office of the General Counsel: regarding criminal charges filed against him in Lincoln County District Court Case No. CF-2013-138 alleging he committed the felony crimes of (I) Conspiracy to Commit Larceny of Domestic Animals & Implements of Husbandry and (II) Larceny of Domestic Animals & Implements of Husbandry.

DC 13-068: Grievances by the Office of the General Counsel: regarding criminal charges filed against him in Lincoln County District Court Case No. CF-2013-138 alleging he committed the felony crimes of (I) Delivery of a Forged Instrument and (II) Embezzlement.

3. The respondent states in his affidavit of resignation that he is aware that the allegations of conduct, if proven, would be a violation of Rules 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.15, 1.16(d), 3.2, 8.1(b), and 8.4 of the Oklahoma Rules of Professional Conduct, 5 O.S. Supp. 2008, Ch. 1, App. 3-A and Rules 1.3 and 5.2 of the Rules Governing Disciplinary Proceedings, 5 O.S. Supp. 2008, Ch. 1, App. 1-A and of his oath as an attorney.

4. The respondent's resignation pending disciplinary proceedings is in compliance with all of the requirements set forth in Rule 8.1, Rules Governing Disciplinary Proceedings, 5 O.S. Supp. 2008, Ch. 1, App. 1-A and it should be approved.

5. The official roster address of the respondent as shown by the Oklahoma Bar Association is: Craig Steven Key, 910 East 1st Street, Chandler, OK 74834.

this should answer your questions

Since: Jun 13

Oklahoma City, OK

#119 Jun 20, 2013
I can only say that throughout the history of Lincoln County there has always been some form of injustice. For the most part things were swept under the rug a long time. I'm not suggesting the judges of Lincoln County are all crooked. We have good judges there but take a good look back in the history of Lincoln County court records dating back to the land run. Attorneys over the years have done their dirt too. I don't know what this particular former judge/attorney done but if they look back in records there'd be far more investigations never launched including murder investigations gone unnoticed to the point the murderers literally died and got away with it more than once.

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