What If I Refuse The Breathalyzer In A DUI Case in Okmulgee?

Refuse The Breathalyzer

If you refuse the breathalyzer in a DUI case in Oklahoma there are real consequences. We’ve all seen those episodes where police officers pull over drunk drivers and give them a sobriety test. Usually, the drunk drivers stumble and slur their words. Then, the officers administered a breathalyzer test to check the drivers’ blood alcohol content level. As you probably know, drivers’ blood alcohol…

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Do I Still Pay Child Support Payments If I Lose My Job?

Child Support Payments

Child support payments in Okmulgee are impacted if you lose your job. Every day, someone loses their job. In fact, since 2020, more than 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment. Millions are still struggling to rebuild their lives and meet their financial obligations. Included in these millions of struggling people are parents who owe child support. When you are behind in payments, the…

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What If My Ex Is Violating The Parenting Plan?

Violating The Parenting Plan

Violating the parenting plan in Okmulgee has many consequences for both parents. When couples have children, they only have the best for them in mind. If a couple separates, both parents are still responsible for the care and well-being of their children. Usually, separated parents develop parenting plans to help them co-parent. If you’re a separated or divorced parent, you probably have a parenting…

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Difference Between Divorce And Annulment in Oklahoma

Divorce And Annulment in Okmulgee

The difference between divorce and annulment in Oklahoma is huge. Suppose you and a special someone get married. You’re in love and happy until, suddenly, you’re miserable and ready to leave. You decide that it’s best if you two separate. Only, you’re not sure how to go about it. Do you get an annulment or a divorce? Is there a difference? If so, how…

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Can I Avoid Probate in Okmulgee?

Probate in Okmulgee

Filing probate in Okmulgee can be a part of distributing assets when you pass. Picture this. You’ve just passed on, and your loved ones are grieving. Now that you’re gone, your family is in desperate need of money and comfort. Later, they learn that you included a will in your estate plan. You clearly express who gets what, and you left enough funds available…

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What is an Illegal Gun Sale in Oklahoma?

Illegal Gun Sale in Oklahoma

An illegal gun sale in Oklahoma is a misdemeanor crime. You’ve been in the business of selling firearms for ten years, and you’ve done well. Then, one day, an officer comes into your shop and asks you whether you’ve ever sold firearms on the black market or outside your store? You shrug and answer, “Sometimes. Maybe.” The next thing you know, the officer says…

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Do Oklahoma Expungements Help With Employment Searches

Expungements Help With Employment

There is no doubt that Oklahoma expungements help with employment searches and help you get a new job and our criminal lawyers can help. Have you ever gone for a job interview and immediately felt overwhelmed? Did you begin sweating, fearing what your potential employer may ask? If so, you’re not alone. Just about every person who has a criminal record in Oklahoma experiences…

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Should I Get an Okmulgee Criminal Record Expungement

Criminal record expungement in Okmulgee is a right but you’ve got to qualify. There is no doubt; living with a criminal record decreases your quality of life. But all is not lost. Oklahoma Law provides a procedure for giving you a fresh start. Regardless of the record being a felony or misdemeanor, if you meet certain criteria you can obtain an Expungement. Title 22…

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Dividing Debts in Okmulgee Divorce

Dividing debts in Okmulgee divorce is part of the process. Our divorce clients often have questions and concerns about dividing debts in divorce.  In fact, when explaining the property division portion of a divorce, the dividing up of debts is our most common question.  In Oklahoma, the courts follow the “equitable division” doctrine. This doctrine seeks to divide assets and liabilities fairly.  However, fairly…

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Obstruction Charges in Okmulgee County

Threats By Phone

With the recent testimony of former FBI Director Comey, many people are questioning Obstruction of Justice.  What is it?  What must occur for Obstruction of Justice to exist?  If Obstruction occurs, then what are the consequences?  We aim to answer some of these questions.  The following is a nutshell explanation of Obstruction charges in Okmulgee County with some examples from our criminal defense lawyers….

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