All the evidence documents reports claims available for both parties legally should have same papers for solid for law abiding in-depth complete history with both parties to honestly in children's best interest law abiding punishment without a doubt guilty party.
I agree with Pete. The Pro Se party needs to follow the rules of requesting discovery through request for admissions, interrogatories, and request for documents. The other side is then required to turn documents over.
I've been on supervised DOC probation for 4 years and 3 months. I quit reporting to my probation officer about 6 months ago. There is not a warrant for my arrest. And I paid all my fines and restitution off this month. So I'm wondering, do they have to let me off probation since my fines are all... Read more »
Was this DA or DOC supervision? Did you have a probation officer? If so, then it was DOC. Usually, on cases like yours, they only have supervised probation for the first two years, and if there are no violations, many times the rest of the probation is unsupervised. If you have all of it paid...Read more »
I am not sure an annulment is the best choice. I would think you should petition the court for a divorce. You will have to make an attempt to contact her, which isn't as hard as you might think. The real concern is any claim a creditor might have against you for her debts.
Am i legally required to provide wife with a vehicle or transportation? Am I responsible for making sure her health issues are addressed and taken care of? In example providing transporatation to and from doctor visits, ect if we are divorcing
I agree with Pete. Additionally, most Courts will want you to leave her no worse off than if you weren't divorcing. Most judges would frown on you not making sure she has either the ability to get to her doctors appointments or the financial ability to uber. You definitely need to hire an...Read more »
Unless the State of Oklahoma has filed and served you with a notice of forfeiture, they have no right to keep the firearm after the case is closed. I agree with Tracy, you should hire an attorney to defend you on the case. The attorney can then file the proper paperwork with the DA's office to...Read more »
In a way, yes. Anyone who is potentially in a supervisory role of the minor children in question can be vetted. This means that if the children would be under your care, it is within the Courts power to request a drug test before you take on that role. With that said, I believe almost any judge...Read more »
my parents went to court for me and my little sister. unfortunately i chose to stay with my dad for the wrong reasons and he doesnt take my mental health as seriously as my mom and continues to put me in the middle & treats me like im a burden. my dad only wants me to stay so he doesnt have to pay... Read more »
First, at 18 years of age you are no longer under the order of the Court, so you can live where you want. If you can't wait, then have your mother's attorney ask for a guardian-at-litem to be appointed to advise the court as to what is in your best interest. If you are in Tulsa County you can...Read more »
They cannot force, but they can sure threaten. Their argument is if she doesn't follow through, then she is endangering the children, and they can potentially take the kids away and for a deprivation hearing. If they are successful, they can put her on a plan, which most likely will involve...Read more »
My grandfather died in 2010, grandmother in May 2013. They left a will, that my aunt “can’t bring herself to read” and now “can’t locate”. My father, their son, passed 3 moths after my grandfather. My question is, does what was left in the will to my father go to me and my sister now?... Read more »
Yes, unless otherwise stated in the will or trust, what would have been passed to your father should go to you and your sister. You should most likely file probate first for your grandfather. This will force your aunt to take some action, even it is to rely and show up at court. If there is a...Read more »
The female while victim was on ground had foot on victim's neck and hit victim with a bat but was never charged questioned or asked to be identified by victim. This was presented in court but my sons went to prison.my sons have to pay restitution but the female involved has gotten no punishment... Read more »
If she moved in violation to the relocation clause, that is in just about every decree and paternity order, you can file a motion to compel her to come back. If she fails, then you can file a motion for contempt. If you need help with this, we would be happy to help...Boeheim Freeman Law -...Read more »
My step mom's sister in law has been "helping" us since we didnt know what to do. She's been doing sketchy stuff the whole time and when I confronted her about the bank account she said "well legally the spouse is entitled to it". Is this true or is this another one of her lies to try to get the... Read more »
It depends. First, is she on the account? Is she joint on the account, or is she just a signer? Second, is their a beneficiary or Paid-on-death listed on the account? Finally, if it is not otherwise designated through the above or through a Will, then she is is most likely the person who who it...Read more »
I was given a 5 year deferred sentence for embezzlement charges in 2016. I’ve paid all fines and have been on unsupervised probation since 12/2017 after only 13 months of probation. Is it possible to petition to end the deferred sentence early so the charge is off my record? I understand the... Read more »
File a motion for an emergency modification of the guardianship. If this is in Tulsa or the surrounding counties, and you need help with this please feel free to give us a call. 918-884-7791 Boeheim Freeman Law.
My state is OK. I dont have tanf, I do have ebt, no daycare payments, so why are they taking a piece out of every check? The amount is not even consistent, I read they took one amount $60-100 once a year, at the end of the year. What is going on? Please n thanks. Chelsea.
I caught a poss of cds on 02/19/2015. Have not been convicted to this day. Was put on a deferment.But everyone else's poss of cds is now misdeamenors on oscn.net and odcr.com. Mine still says felony and never been convicted. And I thought that was not suppose to be made public info. It is... Read more »
The first question I would have is whether you paid all of your fines and probation fees? If you had, then it should have been dismissed and expunged from OSCN, when you showed up for court on your Deferred review date. On the other hand, if it was dismissed and expunged, that is only on OSCN....Read more »
The oath is not about truthfulness, but instead to fulfill their duties as law enforcement and to protect the public. The courts have decided that lying is a part of their job. Yes, upside down logic. Do as I say, not as I do.
It is not illegal to have a digital scale, even if you are in drug court. Having her do a controlled buy is out of line in my opinion for what at best is a misdemeanor, and most likely not a crime at all. The caveat is if the scales had residue that presumptively tested positive. Still, I would...Read more »
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