Creek County Burglary Charges Explained

Creek County Burglary Charges

Creek County Burglary Charges are divided by degrees and are different depending on the degree. Some people simply see burglary as a singular crime.  This isn’t true.  Depending on the degree, whether it’s first or second, you could face a vastly different prison sentence.  In fact, between the two levels of burglary is a difference of 13 years potential prison time.  Thus, it’s important…

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Comparative Negligence

Comparative Negligence

Oklahoma comparative negligence can limit recovery in Creek County personal injury cases. Tulsa alone has nearly 30,000 car and truck and motorcycle  collisions annually.  This includes small fender benders, fatality wrecks, and also wrecks that total a vehicle.  Often these wrecks will injure one or more of the people involved.  This triggers a legal theory in Oklahoma law—Comparative Negligence.  In some cases this may…

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Assault on a Police Officer in Creek County

Assault on a Police Officer

Committing Assault on a Police Officer in Creek County is a felony.  It’s important though to note that “police officer” may encompass several types of authorities.  For example, sheriffs, corrections officers, game wardens, and more are all under the “police officer” umbrella.  This article will explain assault and battery on a police officer and the legal ramifications of a conviction. Assault and Battery on…

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Creek County Truck Accident Attorneys

Creek County Truck Accident Attorneys

Our Creek County Truck Accident Attorneys know what to do when you’ve been in a wreck with a semi-truck. Automobile and motorcycle accidents with commercial vehicles like tractor-trailers, semi-trucks, or 18-wheelers can be terrible. Just in the past month, a man in Tulsa was critically injured in an accident involving a semi-truck. The driver appeared to have hit the rear tandem of the truck…

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Creek County Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Creek County Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Our Creek County Motorcycle Accident Attorneys get you the maximum settlement under the law. Just last June, a man from Illinois was killed in a motorcycle accident in Oklahoma City after being struck by a semi tractor trailer while riding his Harley Davidson near I-35 and 122nd Street. The man was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. His wife, who was…

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Second Degree Burglary in Creek County

Second Degree Burglary

Second Degree Burglary in Creek County is a serious charge. If convicted you could spend time in jail or have a criminal record. The prosecutors in Creek County have a special focus on this kind of crime.  In September of 2017, two people were arrested on Second Degree Burglary charges.  They were in the home of a Tulsa man who has security cameras set…

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Possession of a Stolen Vehicle

Possession of a Stolen Vehicle

In Creek County Possession of a Stolen Vehicle is a felony crime. Thousands of vehicles are reported stolen in Oklahoma each year. The value of these vehicles reaches over $10M. Further, thieves often resell these vehicles. Buyer to buyer sites and magazines are often the tool for reselling these vehicles. As a result, you may purchase a vehicle that is stolen. However, sometimes you…

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Moving a Child After Creek County Custody Order

Moving a Child After Creek County Custody

Moving a Child After Creek County Custody order is in place isn’t always simple. After a divorce or paternity case occurs a parent will often have opportunities that require them to leave the state.  Where does this leave custody agreements?  Relocating with a child after a divorce or paternity determination can be a tricky process.  The court will consider several different factors when looking…

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Nursing Home Negligence in Creek County

Nursing Home Negligence

Recently, In Oklahoma, a woman died while in the care of a nursing home. The original injury occurred after staff dropped her during physical therapy. The nursing aides refused to believe the elderly woman when she claimed to have broken her femur bone during her therapy. Adding to the neglect caused in dropping her the Nursing Home failed to treat the broken femur for…

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Malicious Injury to Property Explained

Malicious Injury to Property

Malicious Injury to Property in Creek County is either a felony or a misdemeanor. In the fall of 2016, Oklahoma passed two state questions:  SQ 780 and SQ 781.  First, SQ 780 reclassified simple drug possession and property crimes to misdemeanors instead of felonies.  Consequently, SQ 781 requires the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) to use actual data to calculate savings…

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