Drugs & Domestic Violence
Family Law Matters
Tyler C. Box is a founding partner and member of Overman Legal Group specializing in criminal defense. He is a lifelong resident of Oklahoma City where he graduated from Bishop McGuinness High School in 2003. He went on to obtain his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Oklahoma. He graduated from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2013.
After law school, Tyler worked as an Assistant District Attorney in the Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office prosecuting domestic violence crimes and assisting with the Cleveland County Drug Court Program. In 2015, he became a partner at Box & Box Attorneys where he focused primarily in criminal defense and family law matters as a trial lawyer. Prior to law school, Tyler worked in corporate communications for the Oklahoma City Thunder Organization.
EDUCATION, BAR ADMISSION & AWARDS
B.A., University of Oklahoma; Political Science
J.D., Oklahoma City University School of Law
Admitted to the Bar since 2013
Assistant District Attorney
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