Everyone experienced the days when your biggest fear involved the dark and the things that could potentially be hiding underneath your bed. For a fellow traveler this fear became a
Today, a rare unanimous decision in Riley v. California. The United States Supreme Court, a court that is generally evenly divided on most issues, determined that police now need a
A disturbing series of events have unfolded in the past sixteen days according to the article in Fox 23 News.
Tulsa Police have confirmed a sexual attack was reported this morning.
The race for governor in Oklahoma has become enthralled with the hot button issue that was at the forefront in many other states -Marijuana. According to the associated press republican
As reported on Slate.com here:
“Given how savagely anti-gay the mainstream Oklahoma Republican party is, it’s no surprise that the state’s Tea Partiers are so rabidly hateful that they come across more as dark satire
This question was posed on Avvo:
How far should a defendant fight a case? If no deal is offered, should the defendant take the case to trial?
The facts laid out in
According to a story found here:
HOLMES BEACH, FL — With the help of new technology and federal grant money, police are preparing to warrantlessly search people’s refreshments as they visit
Divorce in Oklahoma; An Update
A bill signed June 4, 2014 by Gov. Mary Fallin will require married couples (after Nov. 1) with children under the age of 18 who are
George Jung, the notorious “cocaine cowboy” portrayed by Johnny Depp in Blow, has been released from prison after serving 20 years.
Jung, now 71, got into the coke game in the mid-’70s
In California, some school districts are seeing a surprising trend, e-cigarette use in the classroom. E-cigarettes are toted as a popular way to stop smoking, but the majority of teenagers