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Start the New Year with a Fresh Start

Expunge Your Old Arrest or Criminal Charge

It’s surprising how many people have a criminal record, but don’t know it until they try to get a job, an apartment, or a loan. If you were ever ticketed or arrested in Oklahoma, for a misdemeanor like Reckless Driving or Driving Under the Influence, and you either were found not guilty or the charges were dropped or dismissed — did you know that you may still have a criminal arrest record?

While the record does not say that you were found Guilty, it nevertheless does exist and is public. This means that potential employers, landlords, and others who do background checks can see that you were charged with those crimes. The answer to this problem is getting the record permanently expunged.

Shar Agosto of Boeheim Freeman Law will help you get your record cleaned up, so what happened in the past stays in the past. Call now to schedule a free consultation (918) 884-7791.
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Article II of III on DUI
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing in Oklahoma

http://www.onyourworstday.com/breaking-news/

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40 years ago was the fall of Saigon.  Let's not forget the almost 60,000 Americans who lost their lives, and the 3+ million Vietnamese.

Participated in the Law Day rendition of the Three Bears v. Gold E. Locks trial for grade school students, at the Tulsa County Courthouse.  Not only was it a lot of fun, but I was happily surprised by the endless number of very good questions the students asked after the verdict came in...the jury found Gold E. Locks guilty of bad manners.

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Rodriquez v. United States v. North Carolina, (6-3) (April 21, 2015.)
Summary: The Court vacated and remanded the decision of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court held that a police stop exceeding the time needed to handle the matter for which the stop was made violates the Constitution’s shield against unreasonable seizures.
http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/14pdf/13-9972_p8k0.pdf

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