Trial Panel Recommends Full Year Suspension For Local Attorney


(Enid, OK) A trial panel, formed in regards to an Enid attorney’s suspension from the practice of law, has given its verdict on the matter.

The panel recommended that Robert Faulk, the Enid attorney who pleaded guilty to two charges of domestic abuse in 2020, be suspended from law practice for one year from the date of his interim suspension with an additional year of deferred suspension.

The order of his immediate interim suspension was ordered by the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Sept. 28, 2020, which immediately suspended Faulk from the practicing law.

The panel reviewed the incident, Faulk’s life, the mitigation evidence and the law regarding similar cases to Faulk’s before giving the suspension based on the success of his treatment & sobriety.

Oklahoma Supreme Court is not bound by the recommendation of the appointed panel and will give its final order after reviewing the recommendation and briefs.