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Judge’s Misconduct Leads to New Trial for Convicted Drug Trafficker

The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals Ordered a New Trial Because of a Relationship Between a Prosecutor and Former Judge. By Andy Weber A man who is serving 23 years behind bars for drug trafficking will get a new trial. The opinion from the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals is more fallout from a sex …

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‘Stand Your Ground’ Law in Oklahoma Faces Test in Car Owner’s Shooting of Fleeing Car Thief

‘Stand Your Ground’ law in Oklahoma faces test in car owner’s shooting of fleeing car thief By Alexandria Williams A man who shot the person who was stealing his car over the Fourth of July weekend has been arrested for murder, putting Oklahoma’s “Stand Your Ground” laws to the test. The shooting happened off Southwest …

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Testing Patterns

Despite protections, most employers will be able to drug test for marijuana if State Question 788 passes.    By Ben LUSCHEN Editor’s note: This article is part of a series examining cannabis and cannabinoids in Oklahoma leading up to the June 26 medical marijuana referendum. In 2012, Oklahoma passed the Standards for Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing …

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Arrested for a DUI in Oklahoma? Here’s What You Can Expect Next.

Driving under the influence (DUI) is a relatively common, but serious charge in Oklahoma. Furthermore, navigating through the process of a DUI arrest can be an extremely complicated endeavor on a multitude of levels.  Have you recently been charged with a DUI offense? Keep reading to learn essential information about what you can expect as …

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Testing Patterns

Despite protections, most employers will be able to drug test for marijuana if State Question 788 passes.    By Ben LUSCHEN Editor’s note: This article is part of a series examining cannabis and cannabinoids in Oklahoma leading up to the June 26 medical marijuana referendum. In 2012, Oklahoma passed the Standards for Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing …

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