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Oklahomab Law question. I got caughtfwith a gram of pot at

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Oklahomab Law question.
I got caughtfwith a gram of pot at my dorm and the management wants me out in 48 hours. I got a letter stating that.
I signed a police citation admitting guilt but did not get a copy. Cops took the evidence Monday night. I have recieved nothing in the mail from the city. Norman Ok.
it sounds like gestapo tactics....don't I have a right to a hearing.
I have a lease that I have yet to read concerning this issue, but will acquire it by tomorrow. What are your thoughts.
Hello, you do not need to leave. They need to issue notice and then file a petition in court and then at hearing prove the claims alleged. The process can take a couple of months. You can hold off on leaving or negotiate a mutually acceptable date. Often one can get concessions on back rent, moving expenses in exchange for leaving voluntarily. Best of luck. Kindly click on an excellent rating.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Is a gram of pot illegal in Ok. A misdameanor or what?


Do police usually process this type of minor infraction?


The lease states that management can ask for eviction even if


there is unproven accuasations of illegal drugs.

It is illegal. It is however often not pursued. Burden of proof will rest on the landlord and it cannot take any action without a court order. Its current threats and demands then are baseless.
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