WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Friday, Aug. 9, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a 2018 ruling by the Northern District of Texas concerning the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978.
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A local dispensary seeks a declaratory judgment against a gas company for non-infringement of that gas company's trademark, according to court documents.
NORMAN — A Cleveland County district judge denied two motions for summary judgment from defendants in the state’s opioid lawsuit.
INDIANAPOLIS – Within days of running away from a foster parent's home, a 15-year-old girl was working as “Ms. Violet,” a prostitute allegedly handing over all the cash she made to two pimps.
NORMAN — The civil lawsuit brought by the state of Oklahoma against nine drug companies won’t begin until next month, but how that trial will unfold is more clear-cut after a series of rulings by a Cleveland County judge Thursday.
Attorneys for Karl Fontenot, one of the defendants serving a life sentence for the 1984 murder of Denice Haraway in Ada, filed a notice to the court Monday, making additions to their case as they attempt to free Fontenot from prison.