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The Oklahoma Supreme Court Sanctions Attorney for Computer Illiteracy.

Oklahoma Accepts Computer Illiteracy As Mitigation: Censure Imposed, by Mike Frisch, Legal Profession Blog (with hat tip to William P. Statsky!)

http://bit.ly/1MFG9S8… 47 more words

Legal Ethics

OSCN Adds Nine More Oklahoma Counties.

OSCN Kicks off the New Year with Nine more District Courts added to its Case Search, OSCN (Oklahoma Supreme Court Network)


OSCN has been around a while.  269 more words

Legal Research

Oklahoma Federal Court opinion: the OK Supreme Court would void a release signed by the parent for a minor.

Minor injured in a sky-diving accident is allowed to sue because the release, she and her parents signed are void under Oklahoma law. Parents are not allowed to sue for their claims because of the release. 1,597 more words

Case Analysis

Wethington v. Swainson, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 169145

Wethington v. Swainson, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 169145

Holly Wethington and Makenzie Wethington, Plaintiffs, v. Robert Swainson, d/b/a/ Pegasus Airsport Center, Defendant.

Case No. CIV-14-899-D… 3,367 more words

Release / Waivers

Oklahoma judge orders Ten Commandments monument removed

UPDATED 4:01 PM CDT Sep 11, 2015

URL of the original posting site: http://www.koco.com/news/oklahoma-judge-orders-ten-commandments-monument-removed/35224400

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) —An Oklahoma County judge has ordered that a Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the state Capitol be removed within 30 days.

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Is Our Legal System Based on the Ten Commandments?

You have probably heard a lot of people say that our current legal system is based on the Ten Commandments. This has come up recently because of a recent Oklahoma State Supreme Court decision to remove the Ten Commandments from the grounds of the Oklahoma State Capitol. 529 more words


"GOP Governor Flubs Civics 101 Test": Mary Fallin Falls Short In Her Most Basic Governmental Responsibilities

Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled last week that a state-sponsored Ten Commandments monument on the Capitol grounds violates the state Constitution. It wasn’t a close call – the justices ruled 7-2 that the six-foot-high, stone Christian display is at odds with the law that requires state government to be neutral on matters of religion. 428 more words