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  • How Can I Know What The Prescribed Punishment For My Crime is In Oklahoma?

    A sentence is the final pronouncement of the punishment that you will receive for the particular crime for which you have been convicted. The jury in a court of law is sometimes allowed to recommend a sentence to the court, but it is the judge who ultimately makes the final decision. The sentence you receive […]

  • Can I Have My Marriage Annulled in Oklahoma?

    There are many reasons why you may be looking to to obtain an annulment, for instance to avoid the social stigma of divorce or because your religion or culture frowns upon divorce. Regardless of why you want to have your marriage annulled, you can do so in Oklahoma only if you meet certain conditions. Divorce […]

  • Who Determines Criminal Sentences In Oklahoma?

    Individuals facing jail time in Oklahoma are most often in the dark concerning how criminal sentences are determined. Firstly, you must be actually convicted of the crime for which you are charged, which is to be determined by the judge or jury. The judge then determines the actual sentence that you will receive for the […]

  • Court OKs Child Support Modification after Job Change

    You quit your job to find better work. You didn’t get the job you expected to land and now you’re asking the court to reduce your child support obligations. You no longer bring home anything close to your former salary. Your former spouse cries foul. After all, you lost your job as a result of […]

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