consequences for the mother if she drops charges and a protective order? He doesn’t live in their home. She was told she could be charged with a misdemeanor. Is that true?
answered on Mar 28, 2023
This question depends a lot on the involvement of the department of human services in the matter. However, as a general rule, if a man has abused one of the children in the home (doesn’t matter whether they are his biological children, stepchildren or children of a girlfriend in a relationship)... Read more »
I'm 32 we meet when I was 19. He pasted away September 7, 2022.
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My 21-year-old daughter was diagnosed with Bipolar I. Her ex-fiance' new she was inpatient while they were calibrating her medication. He knew that it makes her very sleepy and still he came to where she was and had sex with her 3 of the 4 times he saw her. She is still not stable and may have... Read more »
the person has been picked up and held in custody on three separate and distinct occasions for parole violation in another state. Said person has not committed any other offenses, so his so purpose of being held is for the parole violation in another state. how many times must he be picked up and... Read more »
answered on Mar 10, 2023
I think you are referring to money. County court clerks usually combine court costs and fines (on multiple cases) so that individuals have 1 payment to handle each month.
//Oklahoma Statutes Citationized
Title 21. Crimes and Punishments
Chapter 16 - Nepotism
Section 484 - Prohibition on Relatives Holding Office, Clerkship, etc.
Cite as: O.S. §, __ __
Any person related within the third degree by affinity or consanguinity to... Read more »
I did not however apparently she gave me a piece of gum from her purse as I remet with her after being separated while shopping. She had shopping bags so I thought she had bought some groceries from the WM store. They never contacted her nor got her into custody yet I was met by police later that... Read more »
answered on Mar 5, 2023
If you have been charged with larceny based on a mistaken belief that you were involved in a shoplifting incident, it is important that you seek legal advice from a qualified attorney as soon as possible.
An attorney can review the specific details of your case, including any evidence or... Read more »
I was an ended Oklahoma and they made me get my dogs out of the truck because the canine handler said their dog would not work with my dogs in the vehicle. They told me if I didn't remove my dogs from the vehicle during the free air search they would have animal control come and take my dogs.
answered on Feb 24, 2023
The question you ask unfortunately cannot, in my opinion, be answered with a simple yes or no. The intricacies of a Fourth Amendment analysis regarding your rights and the actions of law enforcement are very fact specific. If you were charged with a criminal offense resulting form that traffic... Read more »
My question is, what do I do next and how do I go about this?
answered on Feb 24, 2023
The deferred judgment procedure is not a sentence, so the length in which the court can defer sentencing is not limited by the maximum range of a sentence for a specific crime. Should you agree to the deferred judgment, violate the terms of your probation, and the State seek to accelerate your... Read more »
My mother was killed in June 2022 and it was ruled as suicide at the scene of a place she didn’t know and had never been on a river bed. A multi county grand jury is supposedly investigating. I was 17 years old at the time this happened and no one ever informed me she died. Do I have any kind of... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
I am sorry to hear about the loss of your mother and the circumstances surrounding her death. As a victim of a violent crime, you may have certain rights under state and federal law, including the right to be informed about the progress of any investigation or legal proceedings related to your... Read more »
There's an officer that has pulled me over numerous times without legitimate reason and twice recently has searched my vehicle to the extreme of actually taking parts of it apart. He is stopping ppl and questioning them about me and he is talking to ppl about what he thinks I'm doing. He... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
Police harassment can be difficult to define precisely, as it can take many different forms and be based on a variety of factors. Generally speaking, police harassment occurs when a law enforcement officer engages in repeated or unjustified stops, searches, or other forms of contact that are... Read more »
My friend bonded out of one county but had a hold on another county. His court date is in two weeks and he was told that if he was still in jail in the other county that they would issue another warrant for failure to appear. And that even though he has met his bond that they might keep him until... Read more »
answered on Jan 20, 2023
Typically, the courts will issue a warrant if a defendant does not appear as previously ordered - even if the defendant is in custody somewhere else. The court typically won't order the bond forfeited if it is clear the person is in custody elsewhere, but that helps the bondsman and not the... Read more »
Someone I don’t know took photos I had posted on my Facebook account and posted them on their Facebook account pretending my child was theirs
answered on Jan 24, 2023
If you took the image, it is your image (i.e., you own the copyright - even if you never registered it). Being that the use by the imposter would not appear to be commercial in nature, suing for copyright infringement may not be the most exciting option (especially since you cannot get attorney... Read more »
My attorney should file for dismissal the case is in texas
answered on Jan 10, 2023
First, this is a forum for Oklahoma, if your case is in Texas you should repost this in Texas for their input because you have to be licensed in Texas to give legal advice in Texas. Second, you have no question to be addressed, you seem to have the conclusion that it should be dismissed. Contact... Read more »
A previous employer of a friends went through her Fanny pack without consent, lied about how they found/saw what was in the bag and then fired her for something completely different and basically without cause. There’s video evidence of her boss going into her bag without consent multiple times... Read more »
answered on Jan 10, 2023
This is a complicated matter, because with employer rights they can have policies in place that would allow a search of belongings (for specific purposes), however, there is also an expectation of privacy that has to be protected. You should contact an attorney so they can fully review all the... 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 »
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