I received a witness notice of court date rrequesting my presence back In Oklahoma for an auto accident in which they are charging the man that hit me. They sent the letter on 9/3/19. I received it 9/10/19 via regular mail and was not served. I’ve called and left messages trying to tell them it... Read more »
You can't be "illegally charged." Anyone can be charged with a crime. The actual question is: Can the government prove that the defendant has committed all of the legal elements of the crime? That question can only be answered by a jury. You need an experienced criminal defense trial attorney to...Read more »
The 6th amendment allows me the right of self-representation, after I entered my plea of not guilty for a misemeanor charge of disturbing the peace, the judge said he would put me in jail if I showed up at my next court date without an attorney . Can this judge actually throw me in jail and violate... Read more »
Yes and No. If you do not file the appropriate motions and entry of appearance the judge can revoke your bond or hold you in contempt of court, which carries up to 6 months in the county jail. With that being said, I am an attorney with over 10 years of experience in criminal defense and I would...Read more »
I currently have a bench warrant for a probation violation. I have not turned myself in but my court records show a BW RETURN FOR PROBATION VIOLATION and just recently a MOTION/ORDER TO INCLUDE SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT & INFORMATION was added. What does all his mean exactly? Thank you in advance.
It's a deferred but before they even gave me the rules and regulations the felony was dismissed now they are trying to acc to suspension because I didnt follow the rules. But the rules that are set are for a felony charge
Shawnee police officer entered my brother's residence while he was asleep on the couch and woke him up. They said that someone reported an a/b taking place in his yard. They asked him to come outside then arrested him for public intoxication and trespassing. He was told that he couldn't reside at... Read more »
I got pulled over in weaverville nc and they towed the car i went to try and get my clothing out of car and thats when i found out the owner had passed away can i aleast get my clothes out of the vehicle
I have video evidenve of the wife.that has a p.o. against me and she drove 3 hours to come down tonwhereninlive and she.setbit up and gave the cops lhariphilnalia which they said.they seen thru.the windowsband then the.door was kicked in.andntyey they went in and.recovered it from inside my... Read more »
The prosecutor can charge you with anything. The key is being able to prove it. You need to hire an experienced trial attorney and discuss all of the details of your case in order to help your attorney determine the best legal strategy for your case.
Marijuana. I bonded out with $500 and go back to court on October 4th and I'm just wondering if I can get someone to represent me from Tulsa to go to Pawhuska or if I can get the court closer because I don't have reliable transportation
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