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by Edmond Geary

Felony convictions no longer require disclosure in application for state government jobs

Governor Mary Fallin has by executive order eliminated the necessity for applicants for state jobs to disclose whether they have a felony conviction. State agencies will no longer require this information on the application. Nineteen other states have preceded Oklahoma in this regard. This should open some jobs to a pool of Oklahomans who have…

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by Edmond Geary

The problem with proving Driving Influence of Drugs

Ten years ago in Ben Wheeler, Texas, Candice Anderson had an accident, losing control of her car and crashing it into a tree.  Her fiancé was killed in the accident.  Because she had in her system a trace quantity of the anxiety drug, Xanax, she was prosecuted for criminally negligent homicide.  Investigators could not determine…

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by Edmond Geary

Another Rape by Police

Another law enforcement has been charged with the commission of rape while on duty.  Patrick Venable, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper until he was forced to resign for this offense, is charged with Rape Second Degree.  The Logan County District Attorney claims this crime took place while Venable was on duty. The fact that Venable…

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by Edmond Geary

Boating Under The Influence in Oklahoma

Driving a car or other vehicle on the streets while under the influence of alcohol or any intoxicating drug has been unlawful for decades.  It began as “drunk driving,” developed into “driving under the influence” and now includes even “driving while impaired.”  But all of those levels of intoxication required the driver to be in…

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by Edmond Geary

Lindsay Lohan’s DUI charges finally send her to jail

After much publicized repeated failures at probation, Lindsay Lohan is finally seeing the inside of a jail cell.  Some welcomed the judge finally dropping the hammer as long overdue.  They believed she had gotten away with too much too long.  It gnawed at a lot of people to think they would never receive so many…

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by Edmond Geary

Graduated Drivers license, a law that has apparently worked

Cause and effect are often too casually connected as connections claimed between them are less then sure in nature.  Given this cautionary proviso, the enactment of one recent law does seem to have achieved its intended success.   Graduated driver’s licenses appear to have lowered fatal accidents in Oklahoma. Oklahoma enacted the law in 1999, and…

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