Sam Chavers has practiced law for more than twenty-three years. At 18, Sam enlisted in the Marine Corps as a private and later served during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm as a Captain. A Florida native, Sam graduated from Stetson University and Stetson University College of Law. Sam has served as Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, Chief Trial Counsel for the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Assistant General Counsel for the State of Florida, and Assistant District Attorney for Oklahoma County. He is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma, Florida, Washington D.C., before the United States Supreme Court, and various U.S. District Courts. Sam has tried more than 100 jury trials.
Graham Guhl has practiced law in the State of Oklahoma for more than six years. Graham is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and the University of Oklahoma College of Law. At OU Law Graham made the Dean’s Honor Roll and received the prestigious American Jurisprudence Award for his classwork in Agency and Partnership. During law school Graham interned at the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office where he later became a prosecutor. While at the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office Graham served on various specialized trial units, including the drug crimes, sex crimes and gang crimes teams. Graham has argued before the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals and has successfully appealed various District Court rulings. Graham has tried more than 25 jury trials.