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Tribes in Oklahoma Sue Insurers Seeking Declaratory Judgement Over Business Interruption Coverage

After learning that business owners across the nation were being denied coverage for their business interruption claims associated with COVID-19 losses, the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations decided to file suit against their insurer before the…
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State Officials in Oklahoma Announce the State Will Resume Executions Using Lethal Injections

Although the State of Oklahoma hasn’t executed an inmate who was on death row since January 2015, that will soon change as officials have announced that it shall resume executions by lethal injection [Source: CNN]. The last inmate that was…
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Oklahoma Man Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking Charges Despite Him Being Innocent

Imagine being arrested by a law enforcement officer for a crime you didn’t commit. It’s a pretty scary thought. But the reality is, many individuals are falsely arrested or detained for crimes they had no involvement in.   In…
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What should I do if a warrant was issued for my arrest in the State of Oklahoma?

When a warrant has been issued for a person’s arrest in Oklahoma, it means law enforcement officials have identified them as a potential suspect who has committed a crime. Essentially a warrant gives police officers the right to arrest this…