Stephen graduated Mustang High School in Mustang Oklahoma as Valedictorian in 1984. He subsequently attended Oklahoma City University and obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1988. Following Undergraduate Stephen attended Oklahoma City University School of Law and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1993. During his time in law school Stephen participated in Moot Court and received a scholarship during his final year. Stephen also interned in the Oklahoma County Public Defender's office during 1992 - 1993. In May of 1993, Stephen entered into private practice.
Irven R. Box
1962-1969: Oklahoma City Police Department:
1969-1974: Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office, Assistant D.A.
1974-1975: Oklahoma City Police Department Legal Advisor
1976-present: Private practice
1969: Juris Doctorate Oklahoma City University
Upon discharge of the United States Marine Corp. in 1962, Irven Box became an Oklahoma City Police Officer and served there until 1969 rising to the rank of Lieutenant. Irven attended night school at Oklahoma City University and graduated with a Juris Doctorate Degree in 1969 and was admitted to the Bar in 1969. Irven was employed with the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office prosecuting major felony cases from 1969-1974. In 1974 Irven became the legal advisor for the Oklahoma City Police Department and also had duties as an Assistant District Attorney. In May 1975, Irven entered into private practice with his practice dealing primarily with criminal cases.
Irven has received numerous awards including the Oklahoma Bar Association Pro Bono Award and also received the Clarence Darrow Award signifying outstanding criminal defense attorney for the State of Oklahoma.
Irven also represented the first defendant in the United States that was exonerated based upon a re-examination and use of new DNA testing.
Irven’s clients have included Judges, County Commissioners, Police, Public Officials and District Attorneys charged with various felony crimes.
Irven has three sons with one of his sons, Stephen in the practice of law with him and his oldest son, Jeff who is a member of the Scott Adams & Associates Law Firm. Irven youngest son Tyler is currently in pre-law at the University of Oklahoma.
Irven has been the legal analyst for KWTV, Channel 9 in Oklahoma City since 1995 and has covered as a legal analyst the O.J Simpson trial, both the McVeigh and Nichols trials in Denver as well as Bill Clinton impeachment, and the Bush/Gore election proceedings. Irven has appeared on National Television shows including Dan Rather, 60 Minutes, Geraldo Rivera, Maury Povich and numerous other court related programs. Irven is currently a legal analyst for KWTV Oklahoma City, KOTV Tulsa.