Prosecutor Misconduct No. 1683825407 - 1035943775

Date of Offense

April 23, 2023

Reporting Authority

This complaint has been forwarded to the Oklahoma Bar Association

Supporting Document(s)


Max Cook confirmed to the Sapulpa Herald that he hired former Rogers County Assistant District Attorney, Isaac Shields, while having knowledge that Shields had committed prosecutorial misconduct, by spying on jury deliberations (a felony offense in Oklahoma).

Except from The Sapulpa Herald Article 04/23/2023
Except from The Sapulpa Herald Article 04/23/2023

Max Cook claimed confidence in Shield's "professional ethics", despite his KNOWN misconduct, then maintained that the Judge and Deputies should hold culpability, while offering a variation of events vastly different then what Rogers County court exhibits show to have occurred.

On May 11, 2023, the Oklahoma Bar Association filed for Rule 6 Disciplinary action against Isaac Shields SCBD-7480 and George Gibbs Jr. SCBD-7481

Last Updated 05/11/2023

Definition of Offense(s)

Cooperative misconduct refers to a situation where the prosecutor collaborates or conspires with another party, such as the police, to commit misconduct. This type of behavior can include suppressing evidence, withholding information, or engaging in unethical tactics to secure a conviction.