Legal Information: Oklahoma
Updated: December 10, 2021
Step 2: Bring photo ID for you and identifying information about the abuser.
When you go to the courthouse, remember to bring some form of identification. It is also helpful to bring identifying information about the abuser if you have it, such as:
- a photo
- addresses of residence and employment
- phone numbers
- a description and plate number of the abuser’s car
- any history of drugs or gun ownership.
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