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Oklahoma Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... Read more

About Oklahoma Expungement and Sealing Records
When a background check turns up a criminal record, you may find yourself having trouble getting things others take for granted, such as a job, an apartment, or some types of financial aid. Oklahoma allows you to hide—expunge or seal—certain types of records so they will not show up on background ... Read more

OK What Is Small Claims Court?
People have minor disputes every day. They range from a mechanic not getting paid for car repairs he made, to a landlord refusing to return a tenant's security deposit. Often, these disputes don't involve enough money to justify hiring an attorney because of the amount of fees you may have to pay him. ... Read more

OK Witnesses at Small Claims Court
You're involved in a lawsuit that's been filed in the Oklahoma small claims court, and the trial date is coming up. What can you do to help make sure that the judge agrees with your version of the facts and decides that you should win the case? Witnesses can mean the difference between winning and losing. ... Read more

The Criminal Procedure in Oklahoma
Criminal procedures from arrest through trial are basically uniform throughout the states. Most states vary some of these procedures so long as they comply with federal and state laws protecting basic rights of the accused. The following is an introduction to the criminal defense process in Oklahoma. ... Read more

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