2015 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 12. Civil Procedure
§12-2202. Judicial notice of adjudicative facts.
A. This section governs only judicial notice of adjudicative facts.
B. A judicially noticed adjudicative fact shall not be subject to reasonable dispute in that it is either:
1. Generally known within the territorial jurisdiction of the trial court; or
2. Capable of accurate and ready determination by resort to sources whose accuracy cannot reasonably be questioned.
C. A court may take judicial notice, whether requested or not.
D. A court shall take judicial notice if requested by a party and supplied with the necessary information.
E. In a civil action or proceeding, the court shall instruct the jury to accept as conclusive any fact judicially noticed. In a criminal case, the court shall instruct the jury that it may, but is not required to, accept as conclusive any fact judicially noticed.
Added by Laws 1978, c. 285, § 202, eff. Oct. 1, 1978. Amended by Laws 2002, c. 468, § 27, eff. Nov. 1, 2002.
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