Oklahoma oklahoma amended its sodomy law four times Now the penalty is the same for consensualand forcible sodomy (a separate section of the criminal code). http://www.sodomylaws.org/usa/oklahoma/oklahoma.htm
Extractions: Last editted: February 17, 2003 §21-886 Crime Against Nature Any person who is guilty of the detestable and abominable crime against nature, committed with mankind or with a beast, shall be guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary for a period of not more than twenty (20) years. Any person convicted of a second violation of this section, where the victim of the second offense is a person under sixteen (16) years of age, shall not be eligible for probation, suspended or deferred sentence. Any person convicted of a third or subsequent violation of this section, where the victim of the third or subsequent offense is a person under sixteen (16) years of age, shall be punished by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary for a term of life or life without parole, in the discretion of the jury, or in case the jury fails or refuses to fix punishment then the same shall be pronounced by the court. R.L. 1910, § 2444. Amended by Laws 1992, c. 289, § 1, emerg. eff. May 25, 1992; Laws 1997, c. 133, § 263, eff. July 1, 1999; Laws 1997, c. 333, § 5, eff. July 1, 1999; Laws 1999, 1st Ex.Sess., c. 5, § 167, eff. July 1, 1999.
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Extractions: It is important to note that no lawyers work at Homepoker.com. The following is a layman's interpretation of statutes, and should not be considered a legal analysis. You gamble at home at your own risk. Article 2 (Gambling Offenses) in Chapter 66 (Offenses Against Public Health and Decency) states that it is an offense to engage in unlawful gambling, BUT that it is an "affirmative defense" to prosecution for the person to claim having been part of a "social game". A "social game" is defined as gambling in a home where no house player (barring Home Craps and other home casino games), no house bank, and no house odds exist, and where there is no house income (rake) from the operation of the game. No House and no rake means that home gambling is a defense against unlawful gambling, and legal in the state of Alaska.
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Extractions: Navajo Code The laws of the Navajo Nation can be found in the Navajo Code. The most recent Navajo Code can be found in the Southwest Room. Previous codes are shelved in the Law Collection (Shelf 3). Call number: SW Reference Navajo Reporter Reports of legal cases in the Navajo judicial system can be found in a series of publications. These can be found in the Southwest Reference Collection ( Return to Top Navajo Subject Guide Home The San Juan County Law Library Collection includes over 15,000 volumes of legal references and resources. A brochure listing all of the materials in this collection is available. See the brochure for titles and shelf locations. Some select titles: CFR: Code of Federal Regulations (Shelf 12) Federal Criminal Code and Rules (Shelf 18) Federal Reporter (Shelves 15-17) Federal Rules of Evidence (Shelf 18) Laws of New Mexico (Shelf 3) Navajo Tribal Code (Shelf 3) New Mexico Digest (Shelf 3) New Mexico Law Review (Shelf 3) New Mexico Reports (Shelf 3) New Mexico Statutes (Shelf 3) United States Supreme Court Digest (Shelf 17) United States Supreme Court Reports (Shelf 17) Waters and Water Rights (Shelf 18)
Extractions: WiredPatrol Law Cyberstalking US State Laws US State Laws The first state in America to pass laws specifically addressing real life stalking was California in 1990. Until this change in the law the Police were powerless to act unless the target was actually physically attacked. Since then almost every state in the USA has passed legislation making stalking a criminal offense. Old habits die hard however, and many contemporary stalking victims in America are still told that nothing can be done unless a physical assault takes place. The California laws against stalking passed in 1990 did not specifically address online stalking. Nevertheless it is useful to review them in relation to the Internet as a starting point for any discussion of cyberstalking and the law. The California Penal Code [ Section 646.9. Stalking. 1990 (Amended 1994) ] defines the crime of stalking as follows: Any person who willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follows or harasses another person and who makes a credible threat with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear for his or her safety... is guilty of the crime of stalking
Crime, Law Enforcement, And Prisons: General Cooper v. oklahoma (US, 1996) (competance to stand trial); Davis v Indiana code, title11 (Corrections); Indiana code, title 35 (criminal law and Procedure); http://www.lectlaw.com/inll/96.htm
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Extractions: Home Poker and the Law Click on one of the listings below to view that region's criminal laws regarding Home Poker (or home gambling in general). Note that home gambling falls under some country's national laws and some country's state laws. Depending on the region, some jurisdictions offer more detailed explanation of the act of home gambling than others. Alaska Criminal Law Article 2 (Gambling Offenses) in Chapter 66 (Offenses Against Public Health and Decency) states that it is an offense to engage in unlawful gambling, BUT that it is an "affirmative defense" to prosecution for the person to claim having been part of a "social game". A "social game" is defined as gambling in a home where no house player (barring Home Craps and other home casino games), no house bank, and no house odds exist, and where there is no house income (rake) from the operation of the game. No House and no rake means that home gambling is a defense against unlawful gambling, and legal in the state of Alaska. Playing in a "social game" is also defense against possession of gambling devices.
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Links The Internet Journal of oklahoma criminal law. law and Politics Internet Guide. containingfull text of and comments to the Uniform Commercial code, which has http://www.okcca.net/links.htm
Extractions: OCCA Online Legal Resources State of Oklahoma Oklahoma State Government Information Server Jumping off point for access to Oklahoma State Government Resources. Oklahoma Supreme Court Full service information site including new opinions, Court Rules and Forms, Uniform Jury Instructions, and searchable case law. Oklahoma Public Legal Research System This site allows searching of Oklahoma statutes, the Oklahoma Constitution, Attorney General's opinions, and opinions of the 10th Federal Circuitof which Oklahoma is a part. This site was originally created for the Oklahoma Bar Association, but it is now sponsored by the Attorney General's office. Oklahoma Bar Association This is the new official web page for the Oklahoma Oklahoma Bar Association. Federal U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library U.S. Code, federal regulations, and a variety of helpful links 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Decisions (Washburn University) Opinions of the 10th Federal Circuitof which Oklahoma is a part. GPO Documents at Oklahoma State University (Cornell) Large, well-organized searchable database of the budget, commerce business daily, and much, much more.
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OUJI-CR 2-15 conclusion is buttressed by reference to the Model Penal code and commentary Note,The Status of Impossibility in oklahoma criminal Attempt law, 31 Okla http://www.occa.state.ok.us/datafiles/legal/Oklahoma/ouji/criminal/OUJI-CR 2-15.
Extractions: provided by the Court of Criminal Appeals OUJI-CR 2-15 ATTEMPT - IMPOSSIBILITY UNAVAILABLE AS A DEFENSE The fact that it would be impossible for the defendant(s) to accomplish the intended crime is not a defense to the attempt to commit the crime of [Underlying Felony] Committee Comments Criminal Law § 60, at 438-53 (1972). Technically., the distinction between a "legal" and a "factual" impossibility is articulated with facility. A "factual" impossibility exists where facts present at the time of the attempt, but unknown to the actor, render the consummation of the intended substantive crime impossible. Booth v. State , 398 P.2d 863 (Okl. Cr. 1964). Common examples of this variety of impossibility include: attempting to perform an abortion on a woman who is not pregnant, People v. Huff , 339 Ill. 328, 171 N.E. 261 (1930); bludgeoning an empty bed with the intent to murder its customary occupant, State v. Mitchell , 170 Mo. 633, 71 S.W. 175 (1902); or dipping into an empty pocket with an intent to pilfer, People v. Moran
Extractions: st Century. It submitted its report to Congress last month. While finding that federal law-enforcement agencies are among the finest in the world, the commission believes that several challenges threaten law enforcement's capacity to maintain and improve its system. It concluded that better coordination of law-enforcement operations and some consolidation of agencies is necessary; additional resources are required to combat terrorism; law enforcement needs to focus and coordinate its attack on global crime to match the sophistication of the drug cartels; and agency professionalism, integrity and accountability can be improved. Of particular interest to the Judiciary was the finding that the growth in the number of crimes considered federal is "startling," warning that if the trend continues, "the United States will develop the type of national police force that we have traditionally avoided." The commission said that "nearly 200 years of additions and revisions to the Federal Criminal Code have created an unwieldy and complex body of law, riddled with overlap, redundancy, inconsistencies, and unnecessary accretions." This situation "threatens to overwhelm federal law-enforcement capacities, just as dramatic and serious new law enforcement challenges grow in intensity." Steps must be taken to repair the damage to the law enforcement community at the federal, state and local levels caused by federalization of common crime.
Extractions: home state index order more... ... contact OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA SEX OFFENDERS COST OF REPORT: $9.95 ORDER ONLINE The Oklahoma Sex Offenders Registration Act reads: "The provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration Act apply to any person convicted of the commission or attempt to commit certain sex crimes after November 1, 1989, or who has such a conviction and entered the state after November 1, 1989, or who entered the state after September 1, 1993, and has received a deferred judgment for a crime or attempted crime which if committed or attempted in this state would be a crime as provided in the following section." (see next question) The crimes a person must be convicted of in order to be required to register are: Abuse or neglect of child/child beating (when sexual abuse or sexual exploitation is involved) Kidnapping Caretaker Abuse or Neglect (when sexual abuse or sexual exploitation is involved) Trafficking in Children Incest Crime Against Nature/Sodomy Forcible Sodomy
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