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Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
How do the courts determine who gets a public defender? Should a person pulled over for DUI blow? Do all convicted sex offenders have to register? How do prosecutors determine whether a person is charged with simple possession or possession with intent to distribute? What should someone look for when hiring a lawyer?
The answers to these questions and more are available on the new law forum created by attorney Dustin Phillips with the Oklahoma City law firm of Phillips & Associates. The forum is designed to serve the community by offering free legal advice about criminal law, personal injury law, immigration law, and more.
Anyone facing a significant legal issue or anyone simply curious about the way the law works can ask a quick question without creating an account and receive an answer from an experienced attorney in almost real time. However, membership in the law forum is free, and by creating a profile, users can not only ask questions, but also create threads, and engage in discussions about the issues that concern them. Designed primarily to cover Oklahoma laws, topics also include current issues in the news and different laws across the nation.
Trending threads on the forum include the NSA telecommunications surveillance program, Ariel Castro’s aggravated murder charges for forced miscarriage, a new Oklahoma law that allows DUI charges for any detectable amount of marijuana in a driver’s system, signs of nursing home abuse and neglect, background checks and expungement of criminal records, regulations for sex offenders and how to find out if a sex offender is living in the neighborhood, and more.
Not just a valuable resource for anyone needing criminal defense or facing legal difficulties, the free law forum is a place for respectful discussion and debate of legal issues and current events. Members include criminal defense lawyers, prosecutors, law enforcement officials, judges, legislators, social workers, physicians, employers, and anyone with an interest in relevant law. By covering all perspectives, the forum provides thorough answers and intelligent debate.
Most lawyers offer a free consultation to anyone considering hiring an attorney. However, sometimes a person just needs a quick and easy answer to point him or her in the right direction. Get legal advice anytime, anywhere—with no cost, no commitment, and no hassle. Visit http://www.oklahoma-criminal-defense.com/law_forum for a free membership.