Timur Akpinar's answer I don’t practice in Oklahoma, but your question remains open for 5 weeks. Tickets in general do provide a place to enter the name of the holder, but it is usually a separate field than where the numbers appear. You could check with the store that sold you the ticket and the gaming commission in Oklahoma that administers the mega lottery for which you bought the ticket.
Howard Berkson's answer An officer's contradictory statements may not be enough to dismiss a case. An attorney would need all the facts to determine if filing such a motion would have any chance of success.
Howard Berkson's answer The limitations period does not change according to the number of prior felony convictions. However, different crimes have different time limits and certain activities may extend the time during which you may be charged.
Howard Berkson's answer Probably your main risk is being charged with impersonating a police officer. The issue is that it is not up to you whether someone else thinks you are a police officer. If someone yields or stops under the impression you are a police officer, you can end up with jail time even though you did not intend for the other party to stop or yield to you. The mere presence of the lights would probably strengthen an accusation that you wanted someone to believe you were a police officer, even if that...
Howard Berkson's answer Unfortunately, 9/9/2013 has already passed. The statute of limitations for most claims in Oklahoma is two years. It is shorter for some things and longer for others. You should consult with an attorney who, with the details, can help you determine if your claim is viable.
Mr. Jarod Morris' answer This provision allows state agencies to collect money from you through your state income tax refund, if you are due a refund in excess of $50.00. The amount owed to the state agency, municipal court, or district court must also exceed $50.00.
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