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Q: Can your probation be revoked after you have completed you re probation

I was released from probation over 1 year ago

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Q: Why would a perpetrator who has a VPO filed against him file an Entry of appearance. The perpetrator has avoided be serv

Served The papers to appear in court. He’s missed one court date and has another date set to appear. He lives in another state but spends a lot of time in Okla because of his mother

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Q: As a felon can i obtain a real estate license within five (5) years of the completion of my sentence? Drug and gun charg

2018 plead quilty to drug charges, 10 yr suspended sentence, with 2 yr probation to run together. Does that mean in 2024, I would be able to qualify for a real estate license, if I pass all the testing requirements?

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Q: My son fell asleep at the wheel, causing property damage, and is being charged with a misdemeanor. How serious is this?

To our knowledge, the property owners are not pressing charges. However, the District Attorney is charging him with a misdemeanor for this accident. He was not under the influence of anything. He was returning home from football practice. He's a good kid. No history of drugs or alcohol. Good... Read more »

Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
answered on Sep 21, 2022

If the District Attorney is prosecuting this, then you need to hire an attorney to represent your son's interests and help mitigate this matter----depending on the age of your son, it may be possible to get all of this transferred to juvenile court jurisdiction which might keep all of this off... Read more »

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Q: I received a supeona to testify against my husband in a domestic case. Do I have to do it? I'm not wanting to.
David A. Cincotta
David A. Cincotta
answered on Sep 19, 2022

If you are not wanting to testify, I would recommend that you first talk to your husband's attorney. Failing to comply with a subpoena can have consequences, so don't just ignore it. You can always contact the prosecutor directly as well, but talking to your husband's attorney first... Read more »

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Q: Can 18 year old be charged with assault against 14 year old

An 18 year old 300+ lb senior slammed my 14 year old 150 lb freshman against wall to where he lost consciousness, can he be charged with Assault? His brother was there as well can he be charged with intimidation or bullying as well?

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Q: My son is an 18 yr old sr. He was body slammed by his own football coach on the sidelines for no reason. What can we do?

My son has a new football coach and he slammed him to the ground on the sidelines during a football game, after he had already set out most of the previous quarter with a leg injury. My son was running off the field towards his team after an interception by him on the field. This was on a Friday... Read more »

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Q: How do I get a guilty verdict by jury overturned or a lesser sentence. 1 juror knew he was innocent said so to mom

DA wouldn't allow pics of my son but he did of 2 others. No evidence crime was committed. Plaintiffs were so drunk couldn't write statements at time. Also a witness testified at trial he was there & did CPR on his mom. But he wasnt there to give statement to cop. When he did CPR. He... Read more »

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Q: How do I get a guilty verdict by jury overturned or a lesser sentence. 1 juror knew he was innocent said so to mom

DA wouldn't allow pics of my son but he did of 2 others. No evidence crime was committed. Plaintiffs were so drunk couldn't write statements at time. Also a witness testified at trial he was there & did CPR on his mom. But he wasnt there to give statement to cop. When he did CPR. He... Read more »

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Q: Someone has "bugged" and placed several hidden cameras inside my home without my permission. (I live in Oklahoma)

Is this legal for these bugging devices to be placed inside my home without my permission in Oklahoma? If legal, who can authorize this? If legally allowed, how can I find out exactly who this authority is; I want to contact this authority for discussion.

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Q: I have a chance of facing jail time up to 6m I’m high risk can I still see my drs

I’m severe high risk and I see specialist for my baby and I was wondering if I had the option to still see my drs and have my baby at the hospital I chose with my spouse there

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Q: Q: If charged with dui under influence of drugs and it’s dismissed, can they charge you with same calling it BAC over .0

The drugs was inactive thc and opioids, headon collision causing 4 (me n my friend and an older couple) hospitalized opioids were administered by ambulance before blood test at hospital, no alcohol in my system, the dudge dismissed the charge of driving under drugs influence, then they turned... Read more »

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Q: If charged with dui under influence of drugs and it’s dismissed, can they charge you with same calling it BAC over .08

The drugs was inactive thc and opioids, headon collision causing 4 (me n my friend and an older couple) hospitalized opioids were administered by ambulance before blood test at hospital, no alcohol in my system, the dudge dismissed the charge of driving under drugs influence, then they turned... Read more »

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Q: I have a charger uttering a forge instrument from 1994 the case was administratively dismiss can I still purchase a gun
Tracy Tiernan
Tracy Tiernan
answered on Sep 8, 2022

You stated you have a “charge” that was administratively dismissed. As long as you were never CONVICTED of a felony and don’t have any felony convictions you should be fine. It would be wise to consult a criminal defense attorney, however, to discuss the subtleties and specific facts of your... Read more »

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Q: When arrested on a warrant can they hold you without a judge seeing them

A warrant from another county my son has been in jail for 2 weeks and hasn't seen a judge

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Q: Is there any types of appeals for someone that’s been in prison for 5+ years?

No previous charges, they got 15yrs for a child neglect charge. First and only offense.

David A. Cincotta
David A. Cincotta
answered on Sep 4, 2022

An appeal of the conviction is out-of-time. Under very limited circumstances, a conviction can be vacated through the Post-Conviction process. Another consideration would be applying for a sentence commutation.

I would encourage you to contact an attorney to review the person's...
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