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 […]
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 […]
Chase McBride has been selected for the CJA Training Panel and to will begin training to become a private contract attorney with the U.S. Federal Courts under the Criminal Justice Act (“CJA”). Mr. McBride’s training will include courses on various legal issues found in federal criminal defense cases along with training alongside other already qualified […]
Our firm is excited to announce the addition of Nick Atwood as a Partner to our law firm and the opening of a new office in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Our firm already represents clients in the Pottawatomie and Oklahoma County areas. The addition of Mr. Atwood and our new office location in Shawnee will help all […]
Merry Christmas from everyone at Ritchie, Rock & McBride Law Firm. We hope your holidays will be filled with joy and laughter through the New Year. Thank you for your continued support and partnerships. We look forward to serving you in the years to come. Merry Christmas!
Christmas is a time about giving and family. Our firm is blessed to be able to take part in the Mayes County Angel Tree to help provide for children and youth in the area who will otherwise go without. We encourage all to take part in your area’s Angel Tree. As of today, the Mayes […]
Chase McBride has been elected to the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Division. The Young Lawyer Division of the Oklahoma Bar Association is for lawyers who have been practicing law for less than 10 years. Its purpose is for young lawyers to organize to focus on bar-related issues and public […]
Oklahoma has several news laws that went into effect on November 1, 2018. Below is a brief synopsis of the laws: Lottery Debit Cards may now be used to purchase lottery tickets. Traffic There are new specialty license plates that are allowed. The left lane passing only driving law is now no longer applicable […]
Chase McBride was invited to lecture today at the Tulsa County Bar Association to help provide other lawyers with useful information regarding Grand Parent Rights in Oklahoma. McBride’s lecture was considered to be a Continued Learning Credit by the Oklahoma Bar Association for lawyers to help them stay up to date on their legal knowledge.