Legal Information for Oklahoma
Librarians and the public, as well as Oklahoma's own Access to Justice Commission, express a need for citizens to successfully navigate the legal process, whether it's finding Legal Aid Services or the Oklahoma Bar Association, locating a statute, seeing our Constitution in print, or accessing online forms. In reponse to this need, the Oklahoma Department of Libraries created the Legal Information for Oklahoma (LIO) initiative.
LIO contains information on how the Oklahoma legal system is structured, how laws are created, places to go for Oklahoma legal information, links to free online resources, and much more. Librarians are not lawyers and libraries do not practice law, but we are traditionally a place for information. Libraries are often the first point of access for information seekers and librarians are uniquely qualified to help with the information gathering process. With this in mind, we offer help to the citizens of Oklahoma when looking for legal and government information.
Disclaimer: This website has been prepared for general information purposes only. The information on this website is not legal advice. Legal advice is dependent upon the specific circumstances of each situation. Also, the law may vary from state-to-state or county-to-county, so that some information in this website may not be correct for your situation. Finally, the information contained on this website is not guaranteed to be up to date. Therefore, the information contained in this website cannot replace the advice of competent legal counsel licensed in your jurisdiction.
For help locating an attorney, visit http://www.oklahomafindalawyer.com/FindALawyer or contact Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma at 1-888-534-5243
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