When you just have a quick question about Oklahoma law or if you are just looking for information to point you in the right direction when considering legal action, you may not want to take the time to place a call. For most people, turning to the internet is often the quickest way to find an answer to their question, but when it comes to legal information, how can you be sure the answer on the world wide web is accurate?Attorney Dustin S. Phillips has provided a solution with a free law forum covering a variety of legal topics, including criminal law and personal injury law. The forum is designed to serve the people of Oklahoma with professional legal advice. Although the information provided primarily deals with Oklahoma law and legal issues within the state, discussions also involve laws areas of legal interest in other states.
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Who can use the forum? Anyone is able to read the discussions; free registration is available for those who wish to ask a question, reply to a topic, or participate in the forum discussions. As an online discussion board, the service is available anytime, anywhere--24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Your questions don't keep business hours, and now you can browse topics for general information or ask a specific question whenever you need an answer.The Oklahoma law forum is intended to serve as a valuable resource for people with questions about common legal topics. Whether you are looking for answers to questions about the legality or criminality of certain actions, the possible penalties associated with a misdemeanor or felony offense, or your options for pursuing financial compensation after an automobile accident or other personal injury caused by negligence, you can get professional law advice for free, without ever leaving your home, office, or anywhere you happen to be when the �need for trustworthy legal information arises. There is even an option to ask a quick question without registering, so you do not have to worry about your personal legal issues becoming public knowledge.Of course, the forum is not just of interest to people with questions. It also encourages lively discussion and debate about legal issues among �anyone with an interest in current events and Oklahoma law. Everyone is encouraged to take advantage of free forum membership, including defense attorneys, personal injury lawyers, prosecutors, law enforcement officers, bail bondsmen, law students, medical practitioners, government officials, and anyone wishing to contribute his or her perspective on relevant legal issues.The free legal advice on the Phillips & Associates law forum is not intended to imply or indicate and attorney client relationship. Answers provided are for general informational purposes only, and no one should act on any advice or information provided on the forum without obtaining the advice of a licensed attorney. Visit our website to view the disclaimer.