Garvin A. Isaacs, Jr. is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who


OKLAHOMA CITY, March 14, 2019 — Garvin A. Isaacs, Jr. is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Attorney for his role as owner and sole practitioner at Garvin A. Isaacs, Inc.        

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Garvin A. Isaacs Inc. is a one-man operation providing services to those living in the Oklahoma and New Mexico areas. Founded in 1980 by Mr. Isaacs, the firm specializes in Criminal and Civil Law where cases of iniduals, who have been wrongfully accused, wholly or partially, are the focal point of practice. The firm’s background, however, expands far beyond those fields. Mr. Isaacs has tried a wide variety of civil cases involving negligence, products liability, conversion, medical malpractice, wrongful termination, probate, oil and gas surface damages, take-or-pay, and breach of contract.

Mr. Isaacs has assembled a significant portfolio over his 45 years of rigorous work in the courts, but perhaps the most significant success of his career came from his work on the 1979 case of Gene Leroy Hart, a man accused of the rape and murder of three young girls. The three victims, members of the Oklahoma Girl Scouts, were found dead and Hart was named suspect. By thorough examination of hard facts pertaining to the case and sustaining the questionable doubt throughout the three-month trial, Mr. Isaacs was able to have Mr. Hart acquitted. Later, he has also represented persons charged with drug defenses, including Guido Leon of Miami Florida in 1982, who was accused of conspiring to smuggle a planeload of marijuana from Columbia into the United States.

The foundation of Mr. Isaacs’s education began while attending Texan Christian University where he earned his Bachelor of the Arts degree in 1967. He continued his legal education at the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where he earned a Juris Doctorate degree in 1974.

Mr. Isaacs is an accepted member of the Oklahoma Bar Association as of 1974, and the New Mexico Bar Association as of 1987. He is a lifetime member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and a current member of the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association where is he currently serving on the Board of Directors. He served as President of the Oklahoma Bar Association in 2016.

In his free time, Mr. Isaacs enjoys to spend time exercising creativity in the fine arts.

Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634,

SOURCE Continental Who’s Who

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