There was a second fire at the house Sept 10 this year. He bought a brand new generator to use at the house but when he seen how much the gas was costing he I feel forced me to go to Oklahoma with him where he has left me stranded. This is the rest of the questionAnd no money and he has taken me... View More
The house is in his name only but he kept money for my belongings paid by the insurance company back in 2017 from the first house fire when he knowingly left me sleeping and left and went to work knowing the house was smoldering. He paid the house off with my money. I'm unable to work and have... View More
Nowhere. He refused to get me the money and transportation I need and he dropped my insurance to liability only 4 days prior to the fire. The fire was undetermined on the cause. I think he had something to do with it because of prior threats.
If the character is certain that an in-law is the murderer, but does not say anything, and benefits from this relation afterwards, does this failure to tell the police constitute an accessory to murder? If this character decides to tell the truth 10 years later, will the DA cut a deal so the... View More
By definition in Oklahoma 21 OS § 172, with Felonies, there are Principals (anyone who furthered the Felony act prior to or during the act itself -- aid and abet in the commission-even if not present), and Accessory After the Fact (anyone who helps conceal the already committed act). A good...View More
He's already been in jail for 2 months. Does that count towards his 6 months? His charges were possession of a stolen vehicle, knowingly concealing stolen property and failure to comply with O.R. bond. They were charges from 2014. We also live in Oklahoma
I think the larger question is not whether you can have a medical marijuana card while you’re on probation, but can you INGEST medical marijuana while you’re on probation. The answer varies based upon which Probation office oversees your probation. Many Oklahoma counties will allow it and many...View More
He was a Jay city officer that was cross deputize with the Cherokee Nation I am white. The other party involved in the case is white. How did the Cherokee nation get involved? I’m being charged in both tribal court and state court for the same crime but a Native American I thought that white... View More
I had a photo shoot, I wasn't happy with the digitals so I cancelled my payment to the photography. I ordered to return the digital photos but she now says that I'm a thief and had told me her lawyer will be in touch. Is this something I can go to jail over?
Bartlesville, Oklahoma has strict laws regarding domestic violence convictions and firearm possession. Specifically, under Oklahoma law, it is illegal for someone convicted of even a misdemeanor domestic assault and battery charge to possess a firearm.
If someone kicked you and caused a miscarriage, this could be prosecuted under various criminal laws, depending on the jurisdiction. In Oklahoma, for example, the assailant may face charges ranging from assault and battery to manslaughter or a specific offense under laws protecting the unborn. The...View More
My niece was humiliated at her school’s lunch, given a list of people who dislike her, and was told to kill herself. She then had a breakdown immediately following and the school had to send her to the hospital where she was referred to a child’s psychiatric unit in Tulsa, OK. I was told she... View More
There have been cases of juveniles prosecuted for bullying a person to death. The schools will do something in their control to discipline these children, but there's a good chance they won't contact the police or Child Services in an attempt to minimize the exposure. If they don't,...View More
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