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  • 300 New Oklahoma Laws Effective as of November 2019
    300 New Oklahoma Laws Effective as of November 2019

    As of November 1, 2019, more than 300 laws are now in effect in Oklahoma. There are many laws that will impact your everyday life. The following are several measures signed into law by Governor Kevin ...

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  • Age of Consent in Oklahoma
    Age of Consent in Oklahoma

    The age of consent is the minimum legal age in which an individual has the mental capacity to consent to engage in sexual intercourse with another person. In Oklahoma, the age of consent is 16 years ...

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  • OK Governor Stitt Signs Bill to Make State Question 780 Retroactive
    OK Governor Stitt Signs Bill to Make State Question 780 Retroactive

    At the end of May, Governor Kevin Stitt signed HB 1269, which is a criminal justice reform measure that applies State Question 780 retroactively. In addition, the new law would allow individuals with ...

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  • Can I Get Charged with a DUI for “Sleeping It Off” in My Car?
    Can I Get Charged with a DUI for “Sleeping It Off” in My Car?

    When it’s time to go home after a night of drinking, a common dilemma many people experience is deciding whether to drive under the influence. Although taking an Uber/Lyft or getting a ride from a ...

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  • DUI's and Your Commercial Driver's License
    DUI's and Your Commercial Driver's License

    Don’t Risk Revocation of Your Commercial License A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) in Oklahoma allows you to operate certain types of vehicles over a specific weight and size, buses, and/or vehicles ...

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  • Commercial Driver's License: Traffic Violations
    Commercial Driver's License: Traffic Violations

    Traffic Violations that Put Your CDL at Risk for Revocation If you are pulled over and are driving with a commercial driver’s license, there is much more at stake than just a ticket or fines. Many ...

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