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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Oklahoma on
Q: How do i get justice for loud noise complaint that the oklahoma police department is doing nothing about it

i have many videos of this noise complaint

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jun 17, 2024

You can file a civil lawsuit against the individual(s) causing the loud noise for nuisance seeking an injunction to abate the nuisance. Your should a civil litigation attorney in or near the county where the noise complaint is occurring. Because of the nature of this matter, expect to pay a... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Oklahoma on
Q: How do i get justice for loud noise complaint that the oklahoma police department is doing nothing about it

i have many videos of this noise complaint

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

To address your loud noise complaint, start by documenting everything meticulously. Keep detailed records of the dates, times, and nature of the disturbances, and save all the videos you have. These records will be crucial when presenting your case.

Next, reach out to your local city...
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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Business Law, Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination for Oklahoma on
Q: Can I find out how much a company made in a year legally without infringing on They're privacy ?

I had performed the job for a independent contractor that my boss was working for who is an independent contractor himself and afore mentioned party did not pay me.

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answered on Jun 15, 2024

Finding out how much a company made in a year can be tricky but there are legal ways to gather this information. If the company is publicly traded, you can access their financial statements, which are usually available on their website or through financial databases. These reports include annual... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Scenario: I manage a grocery store, And one of my employees were going to their car on a break.

When a homeless man picked up a rock from out parking lot and started to attack her, I ran over and pushed the guy off of her. A week later I was given a subpeona to appear in court to testify as a witness, AFTER the incident occurs I find out the man is mentally ill.

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answered on Jun 15, 2024

In this situation, you acted to protect your employee from an immediate threat. Your actions were in defense of another person, which is generally considered justified under the law. Self-defense and defense of others are legal principles that allow the use of reasonable force to prevent harm.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Oklahoma on
Q: 4 times I have had my vehicle searched by a drug sniffing dog from 1 cop who has NEVER found anything. I asked him why

It was he felt he had to get a k9 and he said it was his right as long as he didn't go out of his way for the reason he pulled me over ( plate bulb) that it was legit. At what point when nothing is found no tickets issued ever is this harrassment?how do I get this creep to stop stalking me and... View More

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answered on Jun 10, 2024

If you are being repeatedly searched by the same officer without any findings or tickets issued, it can indeed feel like harassment. It's important to document each incident, including dates, times, and any interactions you have with the officer. This record will be valuable if you decide to... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents for Oklahoma on
Q: I backed into a car that was illegally parked in a private parking garage. Property said I wasn’t liable.

Private gated apartment garage. Backed into a guest of a resident that was parked in resident parking. Apartment said I wasn’t liable for damages since the car was illegally parked and technically trespassing. Am I liable? The resident said they didn’t know guest parking wasn’t allowed but... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 10, 2024

An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but you posted last week. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney as to applicable statutes, such as the one your claimant mentions, the general rule is that the moving car would be liable. The fact that a vehicle is not parked in a valid spot... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Medical Malpractice for Oklahoma on
Q: How would I obtain my full electronic records from my D.O.B to the present day?

So, I believe there is some incorrect information/diagnosis in my medical records, and I need to know how I would get them corrected. Scenerio: So I go into a hospital under the influence, give my SSN and sign a release for my past medical info; they go into a computer system and pull all past... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 9, 2024

An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney about what types of central databases are maintained, the answer in most places is that you'd need to reconstruct your file from the various medical... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law, Copyright and Intellectual Property for Oklahoma on
Q: What does it mean when a person has a creative commons and arbitration license
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 4, 2024

An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. There is a creative commons license that publishers follow in using certain publicly posted images, if that's the license you are talking about. As for the arbitration provision, it's possible that... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law, Copyright and Intellectual Property for Oklahoma on
Q: What does it mean when a person has a creative commons and arbitration license
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answered on Jun 10, 2024

When a person has a Creative Commons license, it means they have chosen to share their work with certain permissions for others to use it. This license allows others to use, distribute, and sometimes modify the work, depending on the specific terms of the license. Creative Commons licenses come in... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Really use to drive my lawn mower down the street in the county of nowata, Oklahoma,74048.... I'm 35 years of age

Is it illegal to drive my lawn mower down the street in the county of nowata, Oklahoma,74048.... I'm 35 years of age

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answered on Jun 2, 2024

In Nowata County, Oklahoma, driving a lawn mower on public streets can be subject to specific local regulations. Generally, lawn mowers are not considered street-legal vehicles, and their use on public roads might be restricted. It’s important to check with local authorities or the sheriff’s... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Oklahoma on
Q: Received no insurance got next day court fined payment plan state additional fine dot understand
Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II
answered on Jun 1, 2024

You were cited for no insurance, the citation is as to the date you were cited. Just because you got it a day or week later is of no import. If you had obtained insurance on that day, even after the ticket- just before midnight- you could beat the ticket. But a day later- not a winner. Thank you... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law for Oklahoma on
Q: In 2002 I received a wrongful termination judgement from a county agency. I did not add the settlement to my tax return

Is there a statute of limitations

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answered on May 31, 2024

When it comes to tax issues, the IRS typically has a statute of limitations of three years from the date you filed your return to audit you or assess additional taxes. However, if you omitted more than 25% of your gross income, this period extends to six years. For fraudulent returns or if no... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Will my work pass the EB2 NIW?

I completed my Bachelor 's and Master's in computer science. I am currently self employed and working on a mobile app that collects real time data for tornadoes, earthquakes etc and notifies users if they are in an emergency area as well as helping them find the nearest shelter and guide... View More

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answered on May 31, 2024

Your work has the potential to qualify for an EB2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) based on its significant impact on public safety. The development of an app that provides real-time data on tornadoes, earthquakes, and guides users to safety addresses a critical need.

Your educational...
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2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law and Probate for Oklahoma on
Q: My father passed away in 2020. My stepmother remained in his house per his wishes.

It was a verbal agreement that she would remain in the home until she passed, or no longer wanted to live there. I recently discovered that she transferred ownership of the property to her son? Can I take this to probate court or has to too much time passed?

Timothy Carignan
Timothy Carignan
answered on May 31, 2024

Normally, any transaction involving real property needs to be in writing. If there is anything, even in a letter, to indicate that this was your father’s desire for you to ultimately become owner of the property, it would help your case. If it passed completely to your stepmother, the she would... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law and Probate for Oklahoma on
Q: My father passed away in 2020. My stepmother remained in his house per his wishes.

It was a verbal agreement that she would remain in the home until she passed, or no longer wanted to live there. I recently discovered that she transferred ownership of the property to her son? Can I take this to probate court or has to too much time passed?

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answered on May 31, 2024

Hire an OK attorney now that handles real property litigation. You and the other heirs need to file an Ejectment, Trespass, Quiet Title, etc. action immediately. Also check the title prior to filing suit. Hopefully Probate will not be required for the heirs to have standing (I am not... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Wrongful Death for Oklahoma on
Q: my partner died , was at work had asthma attack they neglected to call an ambulance do i have a case
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on May 31, 2024

An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm very sorry for your loss. You could reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult. It might be worth acting without delay. If you do find a law firm that is interested in the matter, they... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation for Oklahoma on
Q: My girlfriend's friend is threatening to burn some of the belongings that she forgot at her house after she moved out

My girlfriend lived with her friend for like 2 months, and then she decided to move out since they did not see eye to eye anymore, but since then my girlfriend realized she left some belonging's there including an expensive purse, but the friend nor the friends mom want to give it back, and... View More

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answered on May 28, 2024

You should address this situation quickly to prevent any potential harm to your girlfriend's belongings. First, have your girlfriend formally request her belongings back in writing, such as through a text or email, making sure to list the specific items she wants returned. This provides a... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation for Oklahoma on
Q: My girlfriend's friend is threatening to burn some of the belongings that she forgot at her house after she moved out

My girlfriend lived with her friend for like 2 months, and then she decided to move out since they did not see eye to eye anymore, but since then my girlfriend realized she left some belonging's there including an expensive purse, but the friend nor the friends mom want to give it back, and... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 3, 2024

From a practical standpoint, personal property laws aside, you could consider letting it go. How much did the purse and other belongings cost, in comparison to costs of legal recovery actions, stress, aggravation, in what could amount to an impossible, no-win situation. Good luck

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Libel & Slander and Personal Injury for Oklahoma on
Q: What kind of lawyer do I need to procure to counter sue my neighbor for loss of wages and emotional/psychological damage

Charged neighbor with stocking / harassment. Testified against him in court. His father was charged with something he didn't do. We didn't file for this. We told the court it was an inaccurate charge. The father is suing us for loss of wages in the amount of $10000.

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 6, 2024

You could reach out to attorneys who handle cases involving emotional distress. However, you have some other elements in there, so make these clear to any attorneys you reach out to. Emotional distress claims fall under a number of different headings, from intentional tort (such as intentional... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Libel & Slander and Personal Injury for Oklahoma on
Q: What kind of lawyer do I need to procure to counter sue my neighbor for loss of wages and emotional/psychological damage

Charged neighbor with stocking / harassment. Testified against him in court. His father was charged with something he didn't do. We didn't file for this. We told the court it was an inaccurate charge. The father is suing us for loss of wages in the amount of $10000.

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answered on May 28, 2024

To counter sue your neighbor for loss of wages and emotional or psychological damage, you need a lawyer experienced in personal injury and defamation cases. This type of lawyer can handle cases involving harassment, false accusations, and emotional distress.

Your lawyer will help you gather...
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