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A new law in Oklahoma makes it easier for prosecutors to confiscate cars that belong to those accused of DUI in Tulsa. The Oklahoma legislature recently enacted a motor vehicle
Wagoner Police arrested a teacher for public intoxication at school on Monday. Officers said Lori Ann Hill showed up at the school drunk, then pulled down her pants.
It’s always embarrassing when someone
According to the story found here, a man in Parma Ohio was ticketed for holding a sign warning drivers of a DUI checkpoint. Thus the question arises was he obstructing
An Article on the US News Website details the plan and action by residents and Oklahoma legislators. The highlights of the article are below:
“Marijuana reform advocates hope Oklahoma will live
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“Portland, Ore. police responded to a 911 call at around 7 a.m. Tuesday morning from a woman who believed her car was under
Oklahoma has varying penalties for DUI. The penalty will depends not only on the evidence of the case (usually your blood alcohol level), but also upon the jurisdiction where you
DUI Enhancement in Oklahoma Can’t Apply Retroactively
The case of State V. Salathiel was decided recently by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals which ruled the Oklahoma DUI Enhancement Can’t Apply Retroactively to
Before Criminal Charges are Filed
Most of the time, a District Attorney determines if a prosecution should be commenced after an individual has been arrested. The District Attorney has what is
You may have heard the term “Actual Physical Control” used in the context of Oklahoma DUI cases, and ask yourself, what does that mean? Well, an APC charge is essentially