You need to contact a criminal defense attorney to get exact statutory language and numbers, but possession of CDS is a misdemeanor and, in Oklahoma state courts, carries up to one year in the county jail and up to $1000 fine. I believe Conspiracy to Commit a Felony is a felony and carries up to...Read more »
Public defenders, or other state provided criminal defense attorneys, are generally reserved for the indigent or poor. First and foremost they are responsible for representing the majority of in custody criminal defendants who don’t have the money to bond out and go home pending the resolution of...Read more »
I’d probably start by contacting the Attorney General’s office - specifically the consumer protection division. It might also be worth filing a police report for fraud and you could have a civil fraud claim against this person as well.
If this is in reference to a bond/bail forfeiture, then it likely has to do with the process set forth in law regarding when a bondsman must pay the bond forfeiture. This area of the law is very technical. Without getting into too many details on the bond forfeiture procedures, you just need to...Read more »
Short answer is yes. When he paroled, he had so many days remaining on his sentence. If granted street time, he would receive the time he was out on parole (up until the warrant being issued for the violation) subtracted from his days remaining. He could also be awarded credit for time served - the...Read more »
As a general rule whenever you see the word “issue” attached to a court proceeding it means evidence will be taken, witnesses will be called, final disposition of some stage in the life of that case will be had. For instance, in felony cases when the court characterizes a setting as...Read more »
I’m afraid there’s not enough information to give an accurate answer. When you say “incarcerated” I will assume you mean he/she is in prison, which seems to indicate he/she must have pleaded guilty to this crime and accepted a plea bargain (or lost at trial/ or was sentenced after a blind...Read more »
It has no bearing on court if you have been or have not been. There are however good training benefits from having the taser used on you, but so long as you receive the proper training and it is documented then you do not have to be tasered in order to be certified.
It's not really a motion. If it is part of a plea agreement, then it would need to just be written into the plea paperwork. If it is blind plea sentencing (where there is no agreement) or sentencing after a bench/jury trial, the defendant (through the defendant's attorney) can request...Read more »
She lied and said I broke in a assaulted her but she was living with my 70 YR old mother that she threatened to slap as she was going towards her and my mom grabbed her cane and told her I wish u would cause I'll beat u with my cane. Then called me crying and I went up there and slapped her... Read more »
Attorneys fees vary greatly from city to city and attorney”s office to attorney’s office. You simply need to do a Google search for “criminal defense attorneys Creek county,” make a list of perspective attorneys to call and call them one at a time asking their rates. You can also check...Read more »
charged with those offenses, but the accuser willingly and voluntarily dropped all accusations and refused to press charges against said abuser. Can those same accusations be brought back up 3 years later as evidence used in obtaining an Emergency Order of Protection being granted? Or are those... Read more »
From what you've described, they can still be brought up. They're certainly not "void."
Victims don't have the choice about "pressing charges." Rather, that's the prosecutor's call. The victim can recant, fail to cooperate, etc. But it's the prosecution's choice whether to press charges or not.
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