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Understanding Oklahoma Criminal Appeals Process

The criminal justice system is far from perfect. Far too often, courts find individuals guilty of crimes they did not commit or hand out unfair penalties for a wide range…
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Employment Law

NCCI Reports Work Vehicle Accidents, Claims Down During Recession

Accidents involving work-related vehicles declined during the recent recession, and likely contributed to a decrease in the number of workers' compensation claims resulting from such collisions, re...
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Were You Unfairly Fired for Weather-Related Absences?

Declared state of emergency, blizzards, snow, ice storms, wind, rain, and negative temperatures…what state is likely to have a winter like this? Oklahoma! In February 2011, during Oklahoma’s most ...
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Were You Unfairly Fired for Weather-Related Absences?

Declared state of emergency, blizzards, snow, ice storms, wind, rain, and negative temperatures…what state is likely to have a winter like this? Oklahoma! In February 2011, during Oklahoma’s most ...
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Oklahoma McDonald’s Sex Offender and Employment Issues

In 2007, at a Seminole, Oklahoma McDonald's, an employee was caught feeling himself while looking at a 14-year old little girl. The owner, John Petrakis and his company Jonco, Inc., hired the sex o...
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Dangerous Jobs in Oklahoma: Ranchers and Farmers

Residents of Oklahoma, like everywhere else, need to do what they can to earn a living. For some, this involves facing down tangible danger every time they report to work. As a result, these people...
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Harassment is a Crime Not Just a Bother

Tulsa's newly appointed interim chief medical examiner, Dr. Andrew Sibley, faces sexual harassment charges for his behavior around a female employee. The Tulsa Medical Examiner employee alleges tha...
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