The person needs to file a motion with the court where they are being held asking they be released. Also someone should advise the correct county in Oklahoma that the person is in-custody in Indiana and request they start the extradition process.
If by "dropped my case" you mean expunged and there is no other reason preventing you from possession of a firearm, the Indiana expungement statute does allow for the restoration of your Indiana gun rights, however, you may still be precluded federally. You should consult with a local...Read more »
If there are no charges in Indiana and its only the extradition, there should have been an extradition hearing. If he waived extradition, then Oklahoma has 10 days to arrange transportation. If he denied extradition, then Oklahoma would need to go through the Governor's warrant process to...Read more »
If you are asking if a search warrant has to list the owners name for an address that is listed on the search warrant; there is no requirement to list the owners name. The search warrant must specify probable cause to search the address and give specific details of the address, generally this...Read more »
The jail may have a bond schedule, set by the judges, for posting a bond based on the offense charged. A judge must determine probable cause generally within 48 hours. If PC has been determined and signed off by a judge he could be held until his first scheduled court date if there is no bond...Read more »
It is not your choice if the case proceeds or is dismissed, it is entirely the prosecutor's choice. In Indiana a victim does not press charges, the State presses charges and the victim is a witness who does have some say so in how the case proceeds. The prosecutor is legally obligated to ask...Read more »
i went to my probation appointment. she said we needed to hurry because court was about to begin and they could not have anyone in probation because of COVID-19 orders. i went to give my screen and we waitned for about 5 minutes i could not go. she said go out and try drinking something and let the... Read more »
It would appear your PO believes you intentionally did not give a sample because you knew you were dirty and left to avoid giving a sample. You can write a letter to the judge regarding what happened and request a hearing, however, the court has no obligation to set a hearing. It may be far wiser...Read more »
My boyfriend got arrested for theft And sentenced to 365 DAYS JAIL - SUSPENDED TO 365 DAYS SUPERVISED PROBATION on 6/25/19. Then he violated his probation and was put in work release for the violation and he ran and got violated again on 1/2/20.
His probation time would have been tolled from filing of the first petition to revoke. Once in Work Release it should have taken some time off, but then the 2nd violation would have tolled the time again. Depending on how long from each violation to resolution in court he may be on probation for...Read more »
I went tubing with a friend for the first time and we ended up getting lost we walked for 4 hours through these plants that basically cut your legs up we were cold tired and in pain and we came across this property and we found a key and went in trying to find a phone charger to charge my phone so... Read more »
What will happen will depend in large part on the specifics of your case, your lack of history, the court policies and the prosecutor's position. It will also depend on if you hire an attorney or go it alone, which is not advisable. If you cannot afford an attorney request a public defender....Read more »
Matters like this are largely left to the discretion of the judge, and are based on the somewhat ambiguous standard of the "best interests of the child." Because of the potential complexity, it would be highly advisable to sit down with an experienced family law attorney, and discuss the...Read more »
The answer would depend on what type of case, is it a felony or a misdemeanor, the prosecutor's position, and the judge's policy. There is no guarantee a warrant would be vacated. Also why would you hire an attorney to vacate the warrant, but not for further representation?
i was charged with 2 felonies,i signed a plea dropping 1 and changing the other to a conversion misdemeanor, i paid full restitution that day as well, how long does it take to change the pending felony charge to a misdemeanor that i was sentenced to? i have a back ground check being ran next week,... Read more »
It depends on how fast the central repository updates your records after they receive notice. However, you should expect the process to take at least a month, the clerk with have to process the plea and send the changes on to law enforcement. After the update, your criminal history will likely...Read more »
I would need more information to answer your question so that I could look up his case information to see what happened with it. Do you have the cause number? If not, I might be able to look it up with your son’s name and date of birth.
If its a protective order prepared by your boyfriend, he can go to court and request it be terminated or vice versa if you got the PO against him. If its a No Contact Order, the decision will be up to the court. Whom ever is the victim in the criminal case should call the Prosecutors Office to...Read more »
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