Josh Lee

Josh Lee

339 S Wilson
Vinita, OK 74301

Phone: 918-782-0000


Sustaining Member

About Josh Lee

Josh D. Lee, Esq. NCDD Sustaining Member Josh is a regular at the nations top DUI seminars. Whether he is teaching, or in the audience taking notes, you can rest assured he is constantly honing his skills to be a better DUI defense lawyer today then he was yesterday. Josh is a firm believer that you can never stop learning and that to be the best you must stay ahead of the curve and not behind it. Josh is a “Forensic Chromatography Instructor” for the American Chemical Society. As an instructor he teaches attorneys from all across the U.S. about the science of blood testing. Josh is also the Forensic Science Co-Chairman for the Chemistry and the Law Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS). The ACS is the world’s largest scientific body. Along with Justin McShane they are in charge of programming and are regular presenters at the ACS national meetings held twice each year. He is a published author on the science of blood testing as well as breath testing, a nationally recognized speaker on DUI defense related topics, a certified Independent Operator of the Intoxilyzer 5000 and 8000 by the State of Oklahoma, an Instructor of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, and trained in the Drug Recognition Expert program. For more information about Josh, and why you should trust him with your case, click here to visit or visit his Avvo page here. 2012 Summer Session Graduate

Contact Josh Lee

Provide some details about your situation, but remember not to include sensitive information. An attorney-client relationship is only formed once an attorney formally agrees to represent you.

Your Name *

Phone Number

Email Address

Message *


Enter your city, state, or Zip code below to locate a qualified attorney who has demonstrated a commitment to defend those accused of DUI and related crimes.



I Still Stand With You


By Jonathan Dichter Continuing to Remember What Our Clients Really Need Some years ago, I wrote an article for a Washington State Defense Journal entitled "I Will Stand With You." I have received amazing feedback from it including a local public defense agency making it part of their required reading for new hires. Our world has changed since then - drastically as of...

New York Times Investigation: Breathalyzers are Unreliable Machines and Should Not be Trusted


By Kevin Bennett Breathalyzer devices can be found in every police station in the country. Law enforcement use them as indisputable proof of a driver's blood alcohol level, incorporati0ng them into evidence when prosecuting suspected drunk drivers. However, there is a growing body of evidence to suggest breathalyzers are not a reliable tool when it comes to measuring how intoxicated a...

Back to Top