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Oklahoma Expungement Law Changes

The Oklahoma Expungement statute changed recently as Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed House Bill 2397 into law last year, which went into […]

Can you get pardoned for a felony in Oklahoma?

It is possible to qualify for a pardon in Oklahoma if you have been convicted of a felony.

A lot of hard work goes into improving your life after […]

3 Things You Should Know Before You Get a Pardon in Oklahoma

If you have a criminal conviction in Oklahoma, is it worth the time, effort, and money to get a pardon?

Absolutely!

How Can an Oklahoma Pardon Lawyer Help You Clear Your Criminal Record

If you have a criminal record in Oklahoma, there are many reasons to want to clear it. Until you receive a pardon or expungement, you may not have […]

Do I Have to Expunge Each One Of My Multiple Arrests Separately?

If you have a criminal record then you are aware of the stigma that accompanies an interaction with the criminal justice system. You already know […]

How Much Does an Expungement Cost... and Why is it Worth It?

The job market is tough nowadays, and a job hunt becomes a nightmare if you’re one of the over 65 million US citizens with a felony on their […]

What's the filing fee for an expungement in Oklahoma?

Database checks are a must these days for more than just law enforcement - from an employee background check to a dating site or school […]

6 Things You Didn't Know About Expungements

Everybody is talking about getting a criminal record expungement, because clearing your criminal record of a felony, misdemeanor (whether the […]

What does an OSBI background check show?

These days it seems like everything requires a background check for criminal records: jobs, housing, higher studies. It would be a huge shame if […]

Gun Rights: Why You Need to Get That Protective Order Expunged

It is common knowledge that Oklahoma gun rights don’t allow anyone with certain misdemeanor or an Oklahoma felony conviction to own or carry guns. […]

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