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New DUI law in Oklahoma

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A new Oklahoma law is set to become active on November 1, 2017. The new law allows for DUI suspects to have the option to have an ignition interlock device put into their vehicles and take a DUI prevention course or await the outcomes of their criminal cases to determine whether their license revocations are […]

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Common-Law Marriage in Oklahoma

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Common-law marriage is when two people are considered married without ever applying for a marriage license. Oklahoma recognizes common law marriage. Common-law marriage usually becomes an issue if a couple that has lived together for a long period of time breaks up or when one of them dies and the surviving party wants to inherit […]

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Governor Mary Fallin signs Criminal Justice reform Bill

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“Our prisons are way over capacity, and our prison population is expected to grow by 25 percent in the next 10 years,” said Fallin. “Oklahoma’s overall incarceration rate is the second-highest in the country, and we lead the nation in female incarceration – incarcerating women at two-and-a-half times the national average. By 2018, we will […]

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Oklahoma Court Records Online

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The majority of the Oklahoma Court records are provided online through the Oklahoma State Court Network’s website. You can search via a person’s name, county, case number and other factors. This is a good way to keep up to date with your own case, follow another case you are interested in, or even be used […]

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