After his arrest, the attorney “never denied the text messages or the marijuana,” the captain reported.
Oliver represented the woman in a 2012 fugitive from justice case, court records show. A judge dismissed the felony case in January at the prosecution's request.
Oliver was charged Tuesday in Garvin County District Court with a felony count of soliciting sexual contact with a minor by use of technology.
He also was charged with a felony count of distributing obscene material.
Prosecutors allege in the second count that he used his cellphone Sunday to send the client a picture of his penis.
He is charged in a third count with misdemeanor marijuana possession.
Oliver was released from the jail Tuesday after a bondsman posted $25,000 in bail.
In an email, Oliver said, “I am not guilty of the charges. The true facts will come out in Court.”