Tammy late for Jury Term!


Sign in my front yard. 😎?

Today, July 28th is the first day of the Mayes County Jury Term.  About 150 jurrors were called for jury duty,  and told Don’t be late!

Incumbent Court Clerk Tammy Qualls was 45 minutes late! Court clerks usually relish this time to meet and talk to jurrors,  but not Tammy.  Wonder how many of them will vote for her?

Rita Harrison is the ONLY choice to vote for in the runoff election in late August.

We also support Ryan Ball for County Commissioner in that election.

See my earlier post for other election information.  We also support Shawn Taylor for Associate District Judge in the November elections. Shawn has a Facebook page “Elect Shawn Taylor”. Visit his page.

Finally, on the right hand side, of the post you will see a “Follow” box.  Click on it, enter your email address, and you will get an email every time something new appears on the blog.  Have a safe summer. 😎?


Rita Harrison, should be everyones choice for Court Clerk!


RYAN BALL,  District 3 County Commissioner.


Shawn Taylor, Associate District Judge. Vote in November. 😎?

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Judge Gary J Dean

I have practiced law in Pryor (Creek), Oklahoma, since graduation from the Oklahoma University College of Law, and remain in my active law practice. I served as a District Court Judge serving Mayes, Rogers, and Craig Counties until my retirement in 2010. Since my retirement I have served as a Mediator, and engaged in the private practice of law. My wife Tracey, and I have both been very active in civic affairs all of our lives. I had to cut back on this activity while on the bench. Tracey is very active in Rotary, and has served as an Assistant District Governor in Rotary International District 6110, and is a Past President of our Pryor club. We are both Rotary Paul Harris Foundation Fellows. I started this Blog because of serious wrongdoing in the community which I see. I would have had to keep quiet on these matters while a Judge. The purpose of these sites is to provide information on my law practice, and provide a forum for discussion of community issues. Comments on my blog will remain uncensored, and unedited, except for unreasonably improper language. Your comments and suggestions are welcome. I sincerely hope all enjoy visiting this blog, and that it will provide a good forum for community issues.

4 thoughts on “Tammy late for Jury Term!”

  1. My ofice doors were open 30 minutes before jurors were summoned to appear. Had I truly been late, jury orientation wouldn’t have started on time, nor would it have been complaeted in record time, as it was this morning.

    1. I still believe my information was accurate. Tell us: Did you greet the jurors when they arrived to sign in, or did staff do that? Did you open the office, or did staff do that? I think a truthful answer to both would be STAFF! ??

  2. I do have an issue with Commissioner Ryan Ball. I live in District 3, Ryan Ball’s District.. Last spring I brought to his attention that a low water bridge down the road from my home was collapsing. This Bridge was used every day during the School year for the school buses to cross over to pick up students for school. Commissioner Ball went out and inspected the bridge, it was condemned. Construction started as soon as summer brake started. The Bridge was taken out. That was when every thing stopped. There is still equipment there. School is starting soon and no work has been done. I have called his office,but as of yet no reply.

    On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 1:02 PM, MayesAndPryorPolitics.com wrote:

    > Judge Gary J Dean posted: ” Sign in my front yard. 😎? Today, > July 28th is the first day of the Mayes County Jury Term. About 150 > jurrors were called for jury duty, and told Don’t be late! Incumbent Court > Clerk Tammy Qualls was 45 minutes late! Court clerks usually ” >

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