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McBride Invited to Lecture on Grand Parental rights at Tulsa County Bar Association

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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.

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Grand Parent rights in Oklahoma



McBride selected to be published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal

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Chase McBride has been selected to be published in the March edition of the Oklahoma Bar Journal focusing on the area of Family Law. Mr. McBride’s article entitled “Court-Ordered Grandparent Visitation” focuses on Grand-Parental Rights in Oklahoma and the steps and burdens a grandparent must demonstrate in Court in order to receive court ordered visitation […]

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2018 Interest Rates on Oklahoma Judgments

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2018 Interest Rates: In accordance with 12 O.S. 2013 Supp. §727.1 (I), the post-judgment interest rate to be charged on judgments for the calendar year 2018 shall be 6.50 percent. Also, the prejudgment interest rate for the calendar year 2018 shall be 0.92 percent (applicable to actions filed on or after January 1, 2010). These […]

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Charged with a crime? Call Ritchie, Rock & McBride.

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Our attorneys have successfully handled criminal charges ranging from first time misdemeanors to First Degree Murder and other felonies. Our attorneys have also successfully handled criminal appeals. If you are charged with a crime, you need to make sure you have a lawyer keeping you informed of your case and protecting your rights. Contact us […]

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Being Cruel to Multiple Animals at the Same Time Can Result in Separate Charges for Each Animal

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An Oklahoma man was charged with thirteen counts of cruelty to animals. The man argued that the maltreatment of his dogs all happened at this same time and location so it should be just one count instead of thirteen. After reviewing the case, Oklahoma’s Highest Court disagreed with the man and held that he could […]

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