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Eyewitness Identification Issues
Military Law Group

In a landmark 1950 movie made by the Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa titled "Rashomon," three witnesses to a murder offer contradictory versions of what happened. To this day, attorneys and judges speak of the “Rashomon Effect” when confronted with contradictory evidence from witnesses. This begs the question, “Can we really trust so-called eyewitness testimony?”

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Is it Possible to Relocate with Children after a Divorce?
Military Law Group 

Going through a divorce is a difficult and complicated time for a family. In some cases, relocating to another city or state may be necessary. However, questions and uncertainty may surround custodial parents’ rights to relocate with their children following a divorce.

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Adjustment of Status vs. Consular Processing
Military Law Group

There are several lawful ways people can obtain an immigrant visa (green card) to immigrate to the United States, two of which are adjustment of status and consular processing. In some cases, eligible individuals may have the opportunity to choose between these two pathways when seeking to obtain a green card.

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Understanding Domestic Violence Charges
Military Law Group

Facing domestic violence charges can be devastating and may have lasting impacts on many areas of your life. If you are found guilty, a domestic violence conviction could become a permanent criminal record.

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What to Expect at Mediation for a Family Law Matter
Military Law Group

In recent years, an increasing number of people are choosing alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation as a less hostile and expensive way of resolving family law disputes.

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Eligibility for Removal of Conditions
Military Law Group

Marriage is among the possible routes to obtaining permanent residency in the United States. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents who are engaged or married to foreign-born citizens can help their spouses migrate to the United States and get a conditional permanent residence for two years.

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The Costly Consequences of Ineffective Representation
Military Law Group

If you’ve been charged with a crime, the consequences can be great. Even if you just get probation, you will still have a criminal record that can haunt you for the rest of your life. If you face imprisonment, years can be robbed from your life, and when you get out, you can face huge hurdles in getting your life back on track.

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Common Misconceptions About Divorce & Family Law
Military Law Group

Legal matters involving family and domestic relationships often involve delicate emotions and must be handled carefully. Any decision you take can affect different aspects of your life, including your assets, children, finances, and future relationships, massively.

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Understanding Adjustment of Status for Spouses of US Citizens

Foreign nationals who get married to U.S. citizens may qualify to get a green card and become permanent residents through the process known as “adjustment of status.” There are many procedural and eligibility requirements that might get in the way when people go through adjustment of status for the spouse of U.S. citizens.

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Dispelling DUI Myths

In Oklahoma, it is unlawful for a motorist to operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs to a certain degree which renders the driver incapable of driving safely. Nonetheless, there are lots of false assumptions and collective popular opinions surrounding Oklahoma DUI cases.

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