Luther, OK asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Oklahoma

Q: If someone is supposed to be in a 52 week batters class what will happen since he's not in a class?

He's been supposed be finishing this class for a while. He got in the class court ordered in 2014 for domestic assault and battery in front of a minor. He keeps getting kicked out for not going. And he hasn't been in a class since his last court date and he goes back to court in a month. What will happen if he's not in a class??

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Frank A. Urbanic
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Frank A. Urbanic
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: Probably go to jail or prison depending on whether it was a misdemeanor or a felony, respectively. He needs to start the class ASAP and hire an attorney. Nobody can force him to go to the class. If he doesn’t want to do the class then he can get locked up. Simple as that.

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