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Coronavirus News Ticker – Pottawatomie County

Information about the current developments in Pottawatomie County related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) The Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) is impacting people’s lives everywhere in the world. We will provide current information on the development in Pottawatomie county (Oklahoma). For more general information, please visit the World Health Organisation’s website. We also provide a coronavirus news ticker for […]

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Coronavirus News Ticker – Mayes County

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Information about the current developments in Mayes County related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) The Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) is impacting people’s lives everywhere in the world. We will provide current information on the development in Mayes County (Oklahoma). For more general information, please visit the World Health Organisation’s website. Oklahoma State Department of Health Call Center (24/7): […]

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Avoid Fraud: Do Not Abbreviate the Year 2020!

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We want to make everyone aware of an issue when dating documents in 2020. When you sign and date any document in 2020, do not abbreviate the year. Be sure to write out the year ‘2020’ in full. An abbreviation of the year can easily be fraudulently changed. Example: Todays date is of January 3, […]

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MCBRIDE PUBLISHED IN THE OKLAHOMA BAR JOURNAL

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Mr. McBride was published in the October, 2019 Oklahoma Bar Journal.  The October Journal is focused on ‘Appeals’.  Mr. McBride’s article explains the process of filing Interlocutory Appeals specifically. Interlocutory Appeals are appeals made before a final decision is Ordered in a case. Knowledge of how and when to file an Interlocutory Appeal is a […]

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McBride gives presentation over Interlocutory Appeals

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Chase McBride gave a presentation to the Mayes County Bar Association today over his article regarding the civil Interlocutory Appeals process in Oklahoma set to be published in the October Oklahoma Bar Journal. The goal of the presentation is to help other attorneys navigate interlocutory appeals in their own cases when an issue arises. Mr. […]

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McBride presents award at Salina Elementary

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Chase McBride, the Mayes County 2019 Law Day Chair, presented a Law Day award at the Salina Elementary assembly to a second grader who took second place in a statewide competition. The Law Day competition involved over 1,100 students across the state of Oklahoma submitting essays and drawings to be judged by the Oklahoma Bar […]

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Ritchie swears in new mayor

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Kim Ritchie, as the City of Attorney for the City of Pryor Creek, had the privilege of swearing in the City’s new Mayor and other officials today at the City Hall. The primary role of the City Attorney is to act as the legal adviser to, and attorney and counselor for, the municipality and all […]

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Kim Ritchie swears in new mayor