Old people in America have certain Constitutional protections such as the right not to be discriminated against in job seeking, so agencies exist in every State for such purposes. But to insist on potential clients divulging "disabilities" that might not exist or might have in fact been... View More
Requiring job seekers to disclose disabilities they may have had when younger could potentially raise concerns under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other anti-discrimination laws. The ADA prohibits discrimination based on disability, and it includes provisions related to both current...View 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... View More
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...View More
You are likely eligible for an expungement of all records of the offense (because of a change in law to make those convicted of a felony that has been reclassified as a misdemeanor eligible much sooner than others convicted of a felony). Unfortunately, you will still have to obtain a pardon first...View More
What kind of document? Where is it from? What language is it in?
You can usually record a document that qualifies for recordation with the county clerk, in your instance the county clerk for Oklahoma County, which is downtown. The clerks are prevented by law from giving you any legal...View More
Went to court for animal at larges case filed against me by my neighbor in retaliation for me filing one on her. Before I went to my hearing I struck the plaintiffs trash can with my car moving it about of the way as to park. I got a destruction of property ticket. When I went to court to plea on... View More
Yes. This is not a technicality that you are likely to have much success in arguing. The judge missed it, and no one called or nothing else been done, you might have avoided the mess with dealing with (at least until it was caught). However, it appears they caught the mistake fairly quickly, and if...View More
The Short answer is yes, there are circumstances where a previous juvenile conviction can be utilized in District Court when someone becomes an adult (gun possession charge after have been adjudicated a delinquent). There are also circumstances where you might have the State/ City/ Federal...View More
An Oklahoma attorney could probably advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's difficult for attorneys here on this site to respond with offers of their services. This forum isn't set up like an attorney referral service - it's basically brief format Q & A. If...View More
I was across town when i got the call and raced to the scene, but by the time i got there my daughter was sitting in the front of a police car and her dad had already been taken to jail and car was being towed away. My daughter was left alone, her dad handcuffed and taken to jail and car towed... View More
I am in the process off renouncing US citizenship and riding solely on my native citizenship. I as a Cherokee citizen should not have to carry US citizenship to have access to my ancestry and my ancestors land. I will ask for a chancellor to come into Indian territory “Oklahoma “ and conduct my... View More
In a nut shell, the Native American tribes are considered domestic nations within the US not foreign nations (hence no US embassy). As a result you cannot denounce your US citizenship and expect to be able to remain in the US. This would restrict your business as well, unless you became a citizen...View More
They had all they needed to arrest the target of an investigation(a drug dealer), but did not, then wiretapped his phone to find out who his associates were and how they are involved with the target all while allowing the illegal activity in order to bust more than the original suspect. I’ve also... View More
In order for the wire tap to be legal there would have to be a search warrant that set up the specific information be sought. Assuming they have that, then yes it is legal. Having what you need to arrest is a subject is a slippery slope that we wont get into here, because every criminal...View More
For two months I was kicked out by the judge when my roommate filed protection order which I later proved it all to be wrong and falsified to wear to judge turn around and put one on the roommate I had no clothes except for what was on my back that I was allowed to get nothing and at that time you... View More
Legal standing basically means that the person/entity who is suing another has a reason to sue them - that they've been personally affected. For example (a silly example), if you and your spouse are having a hard time, a random passerby cannot sue your spouse for divorce on your behalf....View More
Yes. Section 843.5(c) is a crime against a child under Section 843.5, so it is an 85% crime. I can also tell you that I am very familiar with the Department of Corrections receiving sentencing paperwork indicating a crime is not 85% when in fact it is, and the court ordering a sentence to not be...View More
The Civil Rights Act of 1991, 42 U.S.C., sec. 1981; et. seq. [including section 1983] is probably the law to be used. That Act adopts a state's statute of limitations period for personal injury claims as the time limitation. The issue being: in which state did the imprisonment first occur?
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... View More
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:
You should hire an attorney as soon as possible. Most judges do not like defendants to show up without an attorney, especially twice. Each judge has his or her own tolerance. If you believe you cannot afford an attorney, you need to demonstrate to the court everything you have done to try to hire...View More
The idea of "pressing charges" isn't really the way it works. The DA is the only one who can file charges (press charges). They have complete discretion. The police and the DA may ask you if you want to testify (come to court), but that is really as far as it goes. Now if they...View More
The question you present is not one that can simply be answered on a forum such as this. If you were arrested and no charges were filed, you could contact a civil rights attorney to review your case. If you were charged, you should hire (if you have not done so already) a criminal defense...View More
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