I was getting a quote for new auto insurance coverage and got to the payment page when the site told me there was "a problem processing payment". I checked my account and there was a pending balance that I did not authorize from that company almost $100 more than what I was quoted. I... Read more »
answered on Jan 18, 2023
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney on state-specific insurance and consumer law, one option could be to check with the state department of insurance. Most states have such an agency that... Read more »
My parents will not give me mail or will go though it without asking me first, I’m 18 and I’ve heard that it’s illegal but I want to make sure.
answered on Jan 10, 2023
In the state of Oklahoma you are considered an adult with some exceptions when you turn 18. The Federal Government has stated it is not legal to open another 'adult' persons mail without their explicit consent (such as in a wife opening a husbands or vice versa, a secretary opening the... Read more »
answered on Apr 19, 2022
Assuming your vehicle is a standard American left driver vehicle then no a right passenger mirror is not required IF the interior middle mirror is in place. If you are in a vehicle where the center rear view mirror is not equipped or is ineffective (such as in a cargo van with no windows) then that... Read more »
answered on Feb 24, 2022
If the officer has a legitimate purpose in accordance with their duties then yes they can ignore the posted signs and conduct their official business.
I'm homeless with no job. Been trying hard to find a job.
answered on Dec 24, 2021
This is an incredibly common phenomenon in the criminal court system in Oklahoma and elsewhere. You bonded out …..somehow. It may not have come out of your pocket but it came out of someone’s pocket …your family, or a friend, or an acquaintance that was trying to help you. Now the judge is... Read more »
answered on Dec 13, 2021
Proving common law is a fact-finding adventure and you should consult with a family law attorney to assist you. While it may seem very easy it in fact can be challenging to prove.
answered on Dec 24, 2020
You ask a few questions here that I am going to try to answer.
An individual currently on probation for a felony is not likely going to qualify for any alcohol/liquor license in the State of Oklahoma. The laws with regard to eligibility for alcohol licenses make individuals convicted of a... Read more »
I would like to re evaluate the my court case only this time I have the right representation thank you
answered on Nov 16, 2020
Where in Oklahoma is your case?
Has there already been a divorce decree filed? If so, when?
What is it you want to try to modify?
Any other details of your case you can think of would be helpful also.
Her next court date isn't for another month and a half. She was on ankle monitor at time the crime happened and also there's a video of the couple that actually did it. She doesn't need to sit in jail any longer for something we never did. And what kind of legal action can we take... Read more »
4 years ago I received a deferred sentence for a felony conviction. In June 2020 I received a deferred sentence for a new felony charge. Is this legal?
answered on Aug 11, 2020
The answer to your question is "yes, it is legal." That is because you did not have more than one deferred judgment within the 10 years before committing the crime that led to you receiving the deferred judgment in June 2020. The relevant statute reads as follows:
"The... Read more »
answered on Apr 22, 2020
Normally, law enforcement can take possession of a dog if hasn't been inoculated, spayed, or neutered, or if it is "at large", has bitten someone, or is deemed dangerous, and yes, at least under Tulsa Municipal Ordinances (Title 2, Section 109), there are reclaiming and impoundment... Read more »
If a student is called into the principal’s office under suspicion of drug use, can they suspend them, even if there’s no evidence and no proof of possession of drugs?
answered on Feb 11, 2020
It would depend on the code of conduct, or the administrative rules within your school. It is not a criminal action less they intend to charge your child with public intoxication. Without some type direct evidence, I would be troubled by their conclusion, but there may be no recourse without... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2020
You include four categories for your question, but do not include Criminal Law - although you mention the word "sentencing." If your matter involves sentencing, a criminal defense lawyer should be advising you. As a general matter in virtually any context, appeals are governed by short... Read more »
They said $800 surety bond. They had already done several searches of clothing and everything checking pockets and all. Then all a sudden a officer comes in after he been locked in a cell and says he found contraband in a pockets that we know had been searched many times. He did have my son... Read more »
answered on Jun 27, 2019
Hire an attorney who should ask for any videos inside the jail facility showing the search of his pockets and discovery of the contraband.
answered on Jun 12, 2019
You have asked two complicated legal questions the answers to which would fill at least six shelves in any law library. Wanna try again?
works in one city, but resides in the city where the case is to be held. The person states they will not show up because they are no longer employed by the state and must be compensated with lodging, mileage, and lost wages in order to show. I am acting Pro Se. Am I required to compensate this... Read more »
answered on May 18, 2019
In order for a witness to be made to appear under subpoena, you must follow the law in paying a witness fee and mileage and other conditions set forth in the statutes. So you are required to compensate witnesses you subpoena. Depending on how critical their testimony is to your case will be the... Read more »
answered on Apr 8, 2019
Get who? For what?
answered on Mar 12, 2019
There are a number of state statutes on gambling.
Many of them are available here:
There is a Mayoral election upcoming and there is a lack of clarity on who is allowed to vote in it.
answered on Mar 6, 2019
Check your city's municipal code. Your city's municipal code will tell who can vote in city elections, and who can't.
Some Oklahoma cities publish their codes online at www.municode.com
See if your city's code is there.
If your city's code is not on... Read more »
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