24, Nov 2014 - Lawter & Associates PLLC Announces Best and Worst Fishermen in 2014 The Last Bass Tournament
The Oklahoma City and Tulsa personal injury law firm is proud to sponsor the annual fishing tournament. (PRWeb November 19, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014-last-bass-event/lawyers-ok/prweb12333112.htm
24, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Oklahoma police officer charged with raping women while on duty
By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - An Oklahoma City police officer accused of sexually assaulting 13 women while on duty will face trial for 35 felony counts including rape and sexual assault, court officials said on Wednesday. If convicted, Daniel Holtzclaw, 27, could face life in prison. Holtzclaw, who is on paid leave, has denied the allegations against him and remains under house ...
24, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Colorado man imprisoned in multimillion-dollar Verizon equipment theft
An Oklahoma federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a 59-year-old Colorado man to seven years in prison for stealing and then selling telecommunications equipment worth millions of dollars.
23, Nov 2014 - Tulsa, OK OHP Trooper accused of raping woman while on duty pleads not guilty
CREEK COUNTY, Okla. - An Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing a woman while on duty this week. According to a lawsuit filed in federal court in August, OHP trooper Eric Roberts is accused of sexually abusing a Tulsa woman. The lawsuit claims Roberts pulled the victim over without probable cause. He then allegedly […]
23, Nov 2014 - Court allows Oklahoma to delay executions due to lack of drugs
OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - An Oklahoma court accepted a motion from the state on Friday to delay three planned executions so prison authorities can obtain a fresh batch of lethal injection drugs and implement new protocols drawn up after a troubled execution this year. The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals rescheduled the executions of death row inmates Charles Warner, Richard Glossip and John ...
23, Nov 2014 - Continental Resources CEO ordered to pay $995 million in divorce
By Joshua Schneyer (Reuters) - Continental Resources Chief Executive Officer Harold Hamm has been ordered to pay nearly $1 billion to his ex-wife in one of the largest-ever U.S. divorce judgments, according to a court filing on Monday. In an 80-page ruling following a more than nine-week divorce trial that ended last month, Oklahoma Special Judge Howard Haralson ruled that oil magnate Hamm ...
23, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Oklahoma City officer to face trial on sex charges
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City police officer will stand trial on dozens of charges alleging he sexually assaulted 13 women while on duty, the judge's order coming exactly five months after the first complaint was reported to police.
23, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma court resets execution dates for 2015
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma court has rescheduled the execution dates of three death row inmates for 2015 after the state said it needed more time to secure the necessary drugs and train the execution team on new protocols.
23, Nov 2014 - Tulsa, OK Oklahoma inmate attacks lawyer, then gets life
OKEMAH, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma inmate was sentenced Friday to three life prison terms without parole in the killings of two girls and his fiancee, but his punishment was delayed about an hour because he attacked one of his defense attorneys with a razor blade.
23, Nov 2014 - Comanche, OK Oklahoma appeals court upholds murder conviction
An Oklahoma appeals court has upheld the life prison sentence of a man convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of another man in Lawton.
23, Nov 2014 - Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Kialegees' Broken Arrow Casino
A federal appeals court ruled against the State of Oklahoma over the casino that was to be built by the Kialegee tribe in Broken Arrow.
23, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma, OK Official: Oklahoma not ready for Nov. 13 execution
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma's attorney general is seeking to delay three upcoming executions, including two set for next month, saying the state needs more time to obtain drugs and train staff on new lethal injection protocols put in place after an execution went awry in April.
23, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma court: American entitled to tax refunds
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Supreme Court says American Airlines is entitled to sales tax refunds that could total more than $1 million.
23, Nov 2014 - A judge decides an Oklahoma City police officer accused of sex crimes will go to trial
OKLAHOMA CITY – A judge has decided an Oklahoma City police officer who is accused of sex crimes will go to trial. Daniel Holtzclaw’s preliminary hearing began Monday morning in an Oklahoma County court. On Tuesday, 13 alleged victims testified, all of whom were African-American. The sex crimes detective who investigated Holtzclaw also testified Tuesday […]
23, Nov 2014 - Tulsa, OK State high court finds for American Airlines
The Oklahoma Supreme Court says American Airlines is entitled to sales tax refunds that could total more than $1 million.