PAULS VALLEY — A Wynnewood attorney was accused in a felony charge Tuesday of offering to cut a client's legal fee in exchange for sexual contact with her 13-year-old daughter.
Jeremy Daniel Oliver, 33, said, “It is what it is,” after his arrest Monday afternoon, a Garvin County sheriff's captain reported in a court affidavit.
“The text messages sent from Jeremy Oliver request to have sex with both daughters and mother,” Capt. Travis Crawford wrote.
“Oliver offered $1,000 off for sexual favors and/or nude pictures of the 18-year-old daughter,” the captain wrote. “Oliver offered $500 off for sexual favors and/or nude pictures of the 13-year-old daughter.”
A search Monday of the attorney's home in Wynnewood turned up marijuana and several hundred nude photographs of females, the captain reported.
“From evidence at the residence, there is a real possibility there may be other victims,” Garvin County Sheriff Larry Rhodes said.
District Attorney Greg Mashburn said, “If there are, we're … hopeful this will enable other people to come forward.”
Oliver has been under investigation for weeks. He has been an attorney in Oklahoma since 2008.
Sheriff's deputies were with his client Sunday when the attorney made his request for sex through phone text messages, according to the court affidavit.
“The deputies witnessed the request of nude pictures and Jeremy wanting to have sex with the daughters,” the captain reported.
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.”
How to help
Garvin County Sheriff Larry Rhodes asked that anyone who has information about the case to call his office at (405) 238-7591.