Welcome to the Canadian County Bar Association
The Canadian County Bar Association (CCBA) was organized in 1902 and had 100 members in 2010. The CCBA is devoted to improving the administration of justice and serving the professional community interest of its members. The CCBA is a voluntary, incorporated association governed by officers elected by the members.
“CCBA was named the 2011 Outstanding County Bar Association by the Oklahoma Bar Association. Pictured receiving the award from OBA President Deborah Reheard are (from left to right: (back row) Michael Denton, Nathan Richter, Kevin Cunningham; (front row) Leslie Taylor, Suzanne Heggy, OBA President Deborah Reheard, the Hon. Reta Strubhar, and Pat Flannigan.”
CCBA Member Meetings
September 18 Probate Update – Donna Jackson (840-1874)
October 16 Anne Lawrence – Child Support Update
CCBA News and Announcements:
May 23, 2013
Dear CCBA Members,
Please find attached the new Canadian County Parenting Schedule, the effective date of which is September 1, 2013.
INVITATION TO BID 4/11/13
To: All Canadian County Attorneys
The District Court of Canadian County will be accepting bids for contracting for legal representation in the following categories: continues
It's that time of year again. Please complete the attached 2013 Membership Form and return it with your dues in the amount of $65.00 to the address listed on the form. We will hold our meetings in Judge Miller's courtroom at noon.
March 1 was the deadline for security clearance to the courthouse. A new membership list will be sent to the Sheriff's office on that date. If you have questions or need to check if you're on the list, please e-mail Sandy Steffen at email@example.com.
June 26, 2012
As you may be aware, beginning July 1, 2012, Judge Hughey (along with Kathi Loyall and Tess Anderson) will be moving to the Gary E. Miller Children’s Justice Center full time, and will only be assigned cases involving children. All cases not involving children will be reassigned. Additionally, dates upon which certain types of cases are ordinarily heard will be changed. Those changes are as follows:
Judge Hughey Deprived Dockets will be heard every other Monday morning and every other Tuesday.
Delinquent Dockets will be heard on Mondays.
Uncontested adoptions and guardianships will generally be set on Friday afternoons.
Friday mornings and Wednesdays and Thursdays will be used for contested matters.
Judge Hatfield Will be assigned adult guardianships and probates.
Uncontested adult guardianships will be heard on Wednesday mornings.
Probate Cases will be heard on Monday mornings.
Judge Gary McCurdy Criminal cases which are currently being assigned to Judge Hughey will now be assigned to Judge Gary McCurdy. Generally those cases will be heard on Fridays or Wednesdays.
Judge Miller Will be assigned Process Server Licenses.
To make scheduling easier, the Court Clerk will be able to set your child guardianship or adoption hearings when you file the case. The Court Clerk has been provided with a written schedule of uncontested hearing dates. Judge Hughey's Bailiff will still set any contested cases. If you just wish to call and set it personally, the Judge's phone number at the Center is 262-0202.
Thank you for your understanding and assistance during this transition.
Nathan D. Richter
Civic Group Speakers will be provided for your civic or professional organization. Call or email an officer for more information.
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