Tulsa Attorney Blog 6 Posts Tagged 'KTUL'
Vaccine Mandate: Wirth Law Attorney James Wirth Speaks to KTUL About Court Decision
According to Wirth Law Attorney, James Wirth, “Essentially the administrative agency is more tied to those types of health issues, and because of that, they determined that it’s more likely than not going to be found to be within the authority of that administrative agency.”
Tulsa Attorney James Wirth Speaks On KTUL 8 About Oklahoma’s J&J Opioid Lawsuit Dismissal
The Supreme Court of Oklahoma has thrown out a major 2019 ruling in an opioid case against Johnson & Johnson worth $465 million.
The City of Tulsa Cyberattack: Wirth Law’s James Wirth Spoke to News Channel 8 About the Matter
Tulsa announced that hackers obtained more than 18,000 city files. The leaked files are police citations and internal department files.
Tulsa Attorney Explains Uninsured Driver Enforcement Flaws on KTUL
Tulsa attorney James M. Wirth appeared on KTUL to explain flaws a new law that will use remote cameras to enforce Oklahoma driving without insurance laws. The law ignores an age old presumption of innocence before trial, makes light of probable cause requirements before a citation can be issued, lays groundwork for arrest warrants to name insured drivers who never received notices of a citations, allows officials to rely on a database that might exclude one in 20 insured drivers, and appears to be a cash cow for District Attorneys who can shuffle accused drivers into a probation program without ever taking them to court.
Tulsa Expungement Attorney on KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa
Changes in Oklahoma expungment law now make it easier than ever to get Oklahoma court records sealed. Tulsa expungement attorney James Wirth explained the new expungment laws to Good Day Tulsa’s Erin Christy.
Tulsa Personal Injury Attorney Interviewed on KTUL-TV
Tulsa auto accident attorney James Wirth spoke with Tulsa’s Channel 8 about the limits of auto liability coverage and how policy limits affect personal injury lawsuits in Oklahoma. The reporter needed more information about Oklahoma personal injury law after a victim of the 2015 Oklahoma State University homecoming crash filed a lawsuit seeking compensation for damages.