After starting his career in the Insurance industry, Gary Richardson earned his law degree from South Texas of Law then began his law career in Oklahoma in the early '70s as the Assistant Insurance Commissioner. Gary later moved to Muskogee, Oklahoma and served as an Assistant District Attorney.
In 1981, Gary gave up his lucrative practice to tackle one the largest corruption cases in Oklahoma. Gary, along with two other U.S. Attorney's in Oklahoma, convicted 210 County Commissioners who were engaged in a systematic kickback scheme that had been going on for decades. In 1984, Gary returned to private practice and oversees one of the leading law practices in Oklahoma. He has also authored four books including the acclaimed “Black Robe Fever."
Join us as we hear from Attorney Gary Richardson who recently announced that his plans to run for Governor of Oklahoma.