Kidnapping Criminal Charges in Tulsa County

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Kidnapping criminal charges are filed as a felony in Oklahoma.  Most people think of famous cases like Elizabeth Smart or the three girls in Ohio who recently escaped.  However, these are extraordinary…

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Oklahoma Work Injury Options

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Oklahoma Work Injury options include having all your medical care paid by your employers insurance. In Oklahoma employers must carry Workers Compensation Insurance.  This means that if any employee of the company faces…

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Dividing Debts in Oklahoma Divorce

Relocating With Your Child after Oklahoma Divorce

Dividing Debts in Oklahoma Divorce is a question faced by many families working through divorce.  One of the most frequently asked questions of a lawyer is “How does property divide in a…

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Texting and Driving in Oklahoma

Texting and driving in Oklahoma causes serious personal injury.  On November 1, 2015 in Oklahoma, the Trooper Nicholas Dees and Trooper Keith Burch Act of 2015 went into effect.  This bill resulted…

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Probation Revocation Oklahoma

Probation revocation Oklahoma is a serious offense. When you’re convicted of a criminal charge in Oklahoma the Judge has the choice of sentencing you to a jail term, probation or a combination…

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New Oklahoma Immigration Application Process

President Obama announced sweeping changes to the immigration application process on November 20, 2014. These changes are not statutes. Rather, they are executive actions. Thus, they garnered a lot of criticism by…

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Debts Forgiven in Bankruptcy

While many debts forgiven in bankruptcy are discharged or restructured when you file for Oklahoma  bankruptcy, there are some that you’ll have to continue to pay in full. This is in addition…

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Suing Outside of Workers Compensation Court

Workers’ compensation is generally the sole means of compensation for employees suffering injuries.  Although this is generally the rule, there are several exceptions.  Under certain circumstances, you may be able to sue…

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Oklahoma Drug Crimes

Oklahoma drug crimes are a serious matter, punishable by years in prison, substantial fines, and the potential for a felony record.  In addition, Oklahoma Drug crimes can be defined to include any criminal…

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Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Right for You?

In recent years, more and more Americans have found themselves weighed down by significant debt. Struggling to pay bills and living expenses, dodging harassing phone calls, and losing sleep over financial worries…

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Criminal Statute of Limitations in Oklahoma

Oklahoma prosecutors have a limited period of time in which to press criminal drug charges against an individual.  This allows police and the prosecutor sufficient time to determine if probable cause exists….

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