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As reported in the Tulsa World, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the Tulsa Police Department, the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office and the ABLE Commission will operate the DUI checkpoint at 41st and Sheridan  in Tulsa. No time was indicated in a news release about the checkpoint. They typically last from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. DUI Checkpoint in Tulsa DUI checkpoints function as…Read More

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A commercial driver’s license (CDL) is a special license issued by the State of Oklahoma that allows an individual to drive certain types of vehicles. Drivers are required to have a CDL in order to drive vehicles over a certain weight, buses, and vehicles containing hazardous materials. In addition to passing certain medical requirements, an individual must pass a comprehensive…Read More

Oklahoma CDL Violations

A commercial driver’s license (CDL) is a special license issued by the State of Oklahoma that allows an individual to drive certain types of vehicles. Drivers are required to have a CDL in order to drive vehicles over a certain weight, buses, and vehicles containing hazardous materials. In addition to passing certain medical requirements, an individual must pass a comprehensive…Read More

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Our Oklahoma Expungement Lawyers have experience handling these cases, and can help individuals throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Call our office for a consultation. Oklahoma Expungement Lawyers; Oklahoma Expungement Update; Law Change Effective November 1 The term “expungement” means that a person’s arrest or conviction is “sealed” or erased from their criminal record.[1] Once an expungement is granted, a person does not need…Read More

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Our attorneys have experience handling Criminal Record Expungements, and can help individuals throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Call our office for a consultation. Oklahoma Expungement Update; Law Change Effective November 1 The term “expungement” means that a person’s arrest or conviction is “sealed” or erased from their criminal record.[1] Once an expungement is granted, a person does not need to reveal or…Read More

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Tulsa Defensa Penal El bufete de abogados de Carlos L. Williams & Associados, PLLC tiene experiencia defendiendo a personas acusadas de delitos penales en Oklahoma en Municipal, Juvenil, tribunales estatales y federales. Desde el manejo de casos de delitos violentos, como la violencia doméstica, a la manipulación de los delitos de drogas, puede confiar en nosotros para ayudar a asegurar…Read More

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A commercial driver’s license (CDL) is a special license issued by the State of Oklahoma that allows an individual to drive certain types of vehicles. Drivers are required to have a CDL in order to drive vehicles over a certain weight, buses, and vehicles containing hazardous materials. In addition to passing certain medical requirements, an individual must pass a comprehensive…Read More

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In Oklahoma, it is unlawful to drive a motor vehicle on public roads, streets, highways, turnpikes or other public place when a person’s privilege to do so has been canceled, denied, suspended or revoked. Oklahoma law requires an individual to surrender his/her license if it is suspended, revoked or canceled. There are stiff penalties for driving without a valid license…Read More

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North Tulsa DUI Checkpoint; The Tulsa Police Department has released a statement regarding a DUI checkpoint near the 800 block of N. Sheridan Rd on Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. The news story on the Tulsa World Website is as follows: North Tulsa DUI Checkpoint “Tulsa police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint over the weekend in north Tulsa…Read More

Conducir bajo la influencia (DUI) La combinación de beber alcohol o usar drogas y luego conducir en Oklahoma se conoce como conducir bajo la influencia (DUI). Las condenas por DUI pueden ir desde la suspensión de licencia a la cárcel o prisión, dependiendo de los factores, la historia de los acusados, y otras circunstancias. Si usted o un ser querido…Read More

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