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John Hunsucker

Oklahoma City DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Can I charge a fee to GreyStone Alliance for delivering messages to one of their debtors

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    2. Dorothy G Bunce
    3. Steven Alan Fink
    3 lawyer answers

    Send them a certified letter telling them that your son does not live with you and to stop contacting you. if they continue to contact you after that, document it and go see your local attorney about suing them for violating Oklahoma's Consumer Protection Act.

  2. I was fired over the weekend for expressing my opinion about the company and my market manager via text message

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    2. Michael S. Haber
    2 lawyer answers

    The previous poster is correct about at will employment. Oklahoma is an at will employment state. The only thing to add is to look at your employment handbook to see if there were any set procedures that they were suppose to follow as far as terminating you. That may be your only recourse in addition to the other possibilities expressed by the previous attorney.

  3. Can a part-time employee be required to work more hours than agreed upon from point of hire?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    Oklahoma is an at will employment state so unless you have a contract or written agreement that would be your schedule, than will be tough for you. An employer can change hours and shifts to suit their business as long as it is not some type of scheme to get rid of employees for discriminatory reasons. If they terminate you, you may be able to collect unemployment if you can show that the termination was not due to job performance but them changing the hours of employment to ones you could...

  4. What is the statue of limitations on identity theft in Kansas?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    Every state has different laws concerning the statute of limitations. As you are asking about Kansas, you may have better luck posting your question under legal questions in Kansas instead of Oklahoma. Most Oklahoma attorneys will not be able to answer the question. Hopefully this answer will be able to direct you to the right place to get your answer. Good luck.

  5. Room mate with verbal agreement

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    You can try and take her to small claims court but basically without a written agreement, your chances of success are minimal. Also, if there was a romantic situation, that will further harm your case in my opinion. Unfortunatley, you are probably better off to chalk it up as a learning experience and always get a written agreement in the future.

  6. OKLA DIVORCE - I received a counter offer from my wifes attorney, info was missing. Now she doesn't have a lawyer.

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    In your question, you say that you have an attorney. Your attorney is the best person to ask these questions to as he is familiar with all of the aspects of your cse and it isn't really fair to him to be soliciting answers from others that may not have the full facts as each case is different which means different answers will apply. As a general rule, your attorney can proceed with the divorce even if she does not have an attorney. Your attorney can draft up what ever agreement you want...

  7. I haves been looking into doing my own divorce but I have been upset that Oklahoma divorce forms are so hard to find.

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    Admittedly, I am bias as i am an attorney but I think anytime you deal with the legal system, you should have an attorney. With a child involved, it is not necessarily an easy thing for a lay person to handle. There are statutory requirements as far as waiting times and child support guidelines. That being said, there are relatively cheap options available for divorces that are basically agreed to. I do not know in the Tulsa area, but there are attorneys in OK that do waiver divorces for $...

  8. Is there any recourse for me?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    Sorry to hear about the passing of your husband. You and your son may be entitled to part of the 401k regardless of the beneficiary. This is really more of a proabate question versus an employment question. You will want to speak with an attorney that handles probate. If you are in the OKC area, i would call Terrell Monks at 405-733-8686. Terrell offers free consultations and his practice is focused mainly on probate. He will be able to make sure you and your son are protected and receive...

  9. Can i be fired from my job for getting arrested for a false or forged priscription but have not been convicted yet?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    Oklahoma is an at will employment state meaning they can fire you without cause as long as it isn't an illegal action like discrimination or retaliation for filing a workers comp case. They can fire you for being charged with a crime if that is their policy and procedure. You need to look and see if there is an employee handbook as courts have interpreted handbooks in some cases to be an employment contract. However, if the book says that you have to notify them and you didn't then that...

  10. Second time charged with petty larceny from walmart, what should I expect in my situation?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. John Hunsucker
    1 lawyer answer

    The determination of larceny being a misdemeanor or felony is based on value of property taken. More than likely, this is a misdemeanor unless we are dealing with alot of stuff or high dollar stuff. The answer to your questions depend on many different facts. Any plea agreement is influenced by the strengh of the case and your background. A deferred can't be used against you in a jury trial unless you take the stand. However, the DA can definately use it in considering a plea agreement....