Oklahoma Education Law Questions & Answers

Q: How do i get my kids back the judge gave her other 30 days to get more evidence against me and they have cameras

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Civil Rights and Education Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Apr 13, 2019
Pete David Louden's answer
Bottom line, you need to hire an attorney to represent you at the next hearing. Your odds of presenting an effective case are much better with an experienced attorney.

Q: I am a teachers assistant. what can my school district do if i have been charged with a DUI

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI and Education Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Feb 27, 2018
Frank A. Urbanic's answer
Check the policy of your district.

Q: Is it legal to suddenly and without warning revoke someone's visitation?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Education Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Jan 16, 2018
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer
Under the circumstances stated, yes.

Q: If school officer removes a disabled adult student from school & transports her home without consent is that kidnapping?

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Education Law and Criminal Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Dec 11, 2017
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer
No this is not kidnapping. No crime exists with this set of facts.

Q: Can my highschool charge us a one time fee to be drug tested?

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Civil Rights and Education Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Gary Johnston Dean's answer
Yes, just like a lot of other fees charged in school.

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Q: oklahoma,guardianship of granson, turning 18, has two years of school left, what r my legally responsabilities. ?

2 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support, Education Law and Family Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Apr 15, 2017
Gary Johnston Dean's answer
Your grandson is now an adult under Oklahoma law, and your legal obligations have ended. All that remain are what you believe are your moral obligations to assist your grandson.

Q: Native American foster children are being homeschooled in Ponotoc county Ok. Is this legal?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Native American Law, Education Law and Juvenile Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Mar 24, 2017
Robert Donald Gifford II's answer
To home school children, there must be some form of approval and review. If this is being done without any proper paperwork in place or at least in the process, the children and foster parents could be subjected to truancy laws.

Q: If I am an international student do I have to disclose my academic records fully?

1 Answer | Asked in Education Law for Oklahoma on
Answered on Dec 8, 2013
Howard Berkson's answer
It depends on who is asking for those records and why. Generally, a university does not have to admit you unless you provide all the academic information it requests. If you make a false statement on your application, you may be disciplined academically or subject to civil liability.

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