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Federal Recognition of Gay Marriage Expanding to Six More States

Federal Recognition of Gay Marriage Expanding to Six More States Summary: The federal government announced Monday that it has added six more states to its list of states that federally recognizes gay marriage. Six states have been added to the list of those whose same-sex marriages are recognized by the government…>read more

No Comment October 27, 2014

Charles Jason Moreland Charged for Making Threats to Harry Reid

Charles Jason Moreland Charged for Making Threats to Harry Reid Summary: The man suspected of threatening Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and his family, Charles Jason Moreland, was charged this week in a Tulsa, Oklahoma court on multiple counts. He faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted. Senate…>read more

1 Comment August 13, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court Receives Petition to Review Oklahoma Same-Sex Marriage Ban

U.S. Supreme Court Receives Petition to Review Oklahoma Same-Sex Marriage Ban The United States Supreme Court was asked by the Tulsa County court clerk to review a federal appeals court’s ruling to defeat the ban on same-sex marriage in the state of Oklahoma, according to The Oklahoman. The ban was struck…>read more

No Comment August 7, 2014

Inmate Dies of Heart Attack After Execution is Halted

Inmate Dies of Heart Attack After Execution is Halted The state of Oklahoma used a new drug combination for the first time during an execution and it went horribly wrong. According to the Huffington Post, Clayton Lockett had his execution halted, but later died of a heart attack. Lockett…>read more

No Comment April 30, 2014

Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta

Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta Guest post by: Nabeal Twereet, writer for LawCrossing Nadeen Weybrecht is a legal recruiter at BCG Attorney Search’s Houston Office. She focuses on matching attorneys with employers in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas,…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

Suzanne Howe Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Texas

Suzanne Howe Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Texas Guest post by: Nabeal Twereet, writer for LawCrossing Suzanne Dupree Howe is the Managing Director of BCG Attorney Search’s Texas office. After graduating from the University of Texas School of Law, she joined a large firm in Austin, where she…>read more

No Comment April 11, 2014

Federal Court Strikes down Oklahoma’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban

Federal Court Strikes down Oklahoma’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban Senior U.S. District Judge Terrence C. Kern in Tulsa has struck down Oklahoma’s ban on same sex marriage nine years after the ban was enacted by popular measure. The court found the ban discriminated against same-sex couples without any rational…>read more

No Comment January 15, 2014

Oklahoma Law Changed to Make Black Friday Sales Easier

Oklahoma Law Changed to Make Black Friday Sales Easier This year, Black Friday will provide greater reason for celebration in Oklahoma. The Unfair Sales Act, 1949, of Oklahoma that had made it mandatory for retailers to charge at least 6% more than cost price of an item can be avoided. In 2011,…>read more

No Comment November 28, 2013

Bigfoot Hunt Misfire

Bigfoot Hunt Misfire Some people just cannot let Bigfoot go and now the unsuspecting creature is being used as a scapegoat for something more serious. Late Saturday night, according to The Huffington Post, three people were on a search for the infamous hairy…>read more

No Comment November 5, 2013

Senator Jim Inhofe Voted Against Hurricane Relief Fund, but Says the Oklahoma Tornado Tragedy of His Home State is “Totally Different”

Senator Jim Inhofe Voted Against Hurricane Relief Fund, but Says the Oklahoma Tornado Tragedy of His Home State is “Totally Different” When a senator or public speaker discusses a given tragedy or law it’s always worth considering, “Yes, but what if it happened to him or her?” When Pat Robertson, outspoken Christian leader, suggested Oklahoma tornado victims should have prayed more,…>read more

No Comment May 22, 2013

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