You can check court records. Many don't bother checking court records since charges don't always end up in a trial. A thorough investigation would include looking up sources that are randomly reliable. Another is arrest reports, but the department which provides it will have a policy as to who can request them, if you're not connected to the case, you may not be able to obtain them with a simple public request.
How would you find out about a criminal complaint that you filed against someone if they were not arrested
Criminal complaints are filed by the DA's office of jurisdiction. Case files are generally public record unless sealed by the judge. Oklahoma allows case searches online which is worth checking into. Filings can be found by case number or name. Click on [Oklahoma Court Records] in the menu above and you will land on its search form.
Court cases can retrieved from the court where the filing occurred. Oklahoma courts network offers a case search that is open to the public. You can link to this search by clicking on "Oklahoma Court Records" under "Oklahoma Free Public Records Directory".
Case files are public and should be available for retrieval from the county where the case was heard. You may need to go to the county where the case was filed to view or retrieve the case.
Name change petitions are filed with county district courts, similar to filing lawsuits. Court records are available for retrieval from court clerks throughout the state.
There are law enforcement departments (such as the Oklahoma County Sheriffs, or city of Tulsa police and others) which put their warrant searches online, within their website. Therefore, it depends on the county whether you can easily access them online. A preliminary search of all law enforcement warrant searches available online is worth the time as there is no charge and they're openly available to the public.
Would you happen to know where the arrest took place? Or which department made the arrest? Many city/counties, typically larger departments, have arrest logs such as OK city. Other wise you can scour through published arrests which appear online.
Depending on the county, you can search property records online, Oklahoma county (since it's one of the larger counties) has an open public online search. For county searches, go to the top right menu, select the county and you will be able to see the links. If that county doesn't show the property search, you can use the county's official website. Once you're on the county's site, you see the tab or link to their online services. These searches are generally open and without cost.
Helps if you know the county, since that's where family cases are found. You can search the dockets if you believe it is a case coming up for a hearing, recently filed. The search is open a free to the public. Once you know the county, you can check that county clerk's services directly.
Oklahoma offers an online case search for public use. This link http://www.oscn.net/dockets/Search.aspx will take you to the search form. From there you can choose other courts, municipal and appellate.
You can use the court records search above under Oklahoma Free Court Records Search. It's open to anyone without being charged fees or memberships. Take the extra space out of the case number you have, between the 15 and the dash, of just do the search under 14519, The court is listed as U.S. Bankruptcy Court Records for the Western District of Oklahoma, the found address is: 215 Dean A McGee Ave # 147, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 609-5700.
You can find any court dates or details about a case that has been filed against you online completely for free if u type in OSCN case search on any search ingine you use.... All u need to know if the correct last name and first name the case is filed under
Would you happen to know which county. The state of Oklahoma has a free civil case search open to the public
Access the county court’s webpage (Clerk of Court in county where divorce was granted). The Oklahoma historical society show divorces from 1923-1944 for free online. Depending on the location and timeline of the divorce, there are few places where their records are free to check.
I believe that warrant information is supposed to be free. They generally come from courts, issued by judges (bench warrants). Many police agencies make them public on their webpages, such as the Oklahoma sheriff's office. Their website, and others may as well, has a warrant check by name that anyone can search for free. It's a search of active warrants.
There's a free online search open to the public if you follow the link above " Oklahoma Court Records: Criminal cases, civil filings, divorces, bankruptcy and judgments." you can search all of Oklahoma or by county.
Do you need an official certificate or just the marriage information? When was the marriage (archived or not)? Public records laws are different for records that are archived. You can search Oklahoma County Marriage Records 1889-1951 are open available through the OHS website. Where was the marriage? Clerks issue these records and have websites with contact information and records division policies.
Where did it say that there is a 30 waiting period for tx and nm? Police reports are provided by individual departments and their records divisions.
I was told by an employer that it was the rule....I will check how he got that "fact". I looked on Oklahoma law title 21-1862 and it looks like only commercial solicitation to facsimile devices is illegal. What is your understanding in those states?
Which county is the property in? You can conduct a free online parcel search depending on the county, in the case of Oklahoma (the county), has a free online instant property search based on an address or owners' names, there are other options such as map number and account searches. To access this database, use the county search window to the top right of this page, in this case, type in Oklahoma, the county links will appear and listed, click the official county page link and go to their online services tab. The drop down menu will have the property assessment link. That will take you to the disclaimer page and the free search thereafter. This gives you access to a database which is live and has the more recent information.
In this link http://www.oscn.net/dockets/Search.aspx you can access the Oklahoma State Courts Network's link. On the top bar of the OSCN (Oklahoma State Courts Network) tab is an option for court dockets. The next page will give you options to view daily dockets and other court documents. You can also look up filings by case number. The first option on this page is Search OSCN Dockets, this will take you to the query with the option to search by party, case number and narrow results by case type. Anyone can do this search openly from their computer.
Police reports can be directly obtained from the law enforcement department that took the report. These are arrest reports and generally requested by persons involved. Reports of arrest, means any form of information regarding an arrest. Under arrest reports, you can search local periodicals, some of which are on here, otherwise, local police departments publish who they've taken into custody, which is a form of current arrest put online for public view. Oklahoma city's public website publishes a daily log of people arrested and booked into jail.
There are many lists that offer information about offenders across the US. For localized searches, you can comb through a police department's list of newly arrested individuals freely online. You will need to search various sites to see as many arrests as possible, including crime maps. Crime maps will tell you where the arrest happened, from there you can see which police department made the arrest and check their site. Crime maps will not show the name, but will show charge and arresting agency, you will need to connect the dots after that.
Where did the accident happen? Accident reports are made and provided by the law enforcement agency which responded to the accident. The records division of police departments will have a webpage with the forms and instructions of what you need to do.
Look for jail blotters from individual police departments, similar to the one OK city has. These are not official arrest reports, they can be requested directly from the arresting departments. Jail blotter, is a free list you can look up of people that have been arrested and booked into local jails. The booking date is usually included.