Kyle Persaud's answer No matter where you live, you can still have joint custody if a court finds that joint custody is in the best interest of the child.
If you move to a location that is more than 75 miles away from where you live now, you have to notify the opposing parent. The other parent has the right to object. The rule for notification, and the other parent's objection, is as follows:
1. If either party (“the relocating party”) intends to move his or her primary residence or intends to...
Kyle Persaud's answer It depends on what the custody order says. If the custody order says you have to give the child up for weeks in the summer, you have to do it. If the custody order says that you don't have to give the child up for weeks in the summer, you don't have to.
if the custody order says you have to give the child up for weeks in the summer, and you don't think the child is ready for that, you should file a motion to modify the custody order.
A. Any damage or security deposit required by a landlord of a tenant must be kept in an escrow account for the tenant, which account shall be maintained in the State of Oklahoma with a federally insured financial institution. Misappropriation of the security deposit shall be unlawful and punishable by a term in a county jail not to exceed six (6) months and by a fine in an amount not...
Kyle Persaud's answer The court which has made a child custody determination has exclusive, continuing jurisdiction over the determination until:
1. The Court determines that neither the child, the child and one parent, nor the child and a person acting as a parent have a significant connection with the county and that substantial evidence is no longer available in the county concerning the child's care, protection, training, and personal relationships; or
"enabling child sexual abuse" means the causing, procuring or permitting of a willful or malicious act of child sexual abuse, which includes but is not limited to rape, incest, and lewd or indecent acts or proposals, of a child under the age of eighteen (18) by another. As used in this subsection, "permit" means to authorize or allow for the care of a child by an individual when the person authorizing or allowing such care knows or reasonably should...
Okla. Stat. tit. 12 s 2004.1 says, "The clerk shall issue a subpoena, or a subpoena for the production of documentary evidence, signed and sealed but otherwise in blank, to a party requesting it, who shall fill it in before service."
Ask the court clerk to issue a subpoena. Fill in the blanks, and give the subpoena to the sheriff or to a licensed process server to serve on the witness.
You can also ask the judge to call a witness or order the production of...
Kyle Persaud's answer The ordinance doesn't have to be filed with the county clerk. However, the title of the ordinance does have to be published in the newspaper. Also, the ordinance has to be made available in the office of the municipal clerk (that's different from the county clerk.
Okla. State Tit. 11 § 14-107 says,
"A. If a municipal governing body enacts or adopts by reference ordinances which are compilations or codes of law or regulations relating to traffic, building, plumbing, electrical...
Kyle Persaud's answer You could talk to the prosecutor and see if he will dismiss the case. If the prosecutor dismisses the case, it could be won without going to court.
If the prosecutor doesn't dismiss the case, then, you could ask for a hearing before the judge. At the hearing, the prosecutor would have the burden of proving that you violated a traffic law. If the prosecutor doesn't meet his burden, the judge should find you not guilty.
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