Chantel on bond they scheduled my first court date. I still haven’t received a new one or I haven’t filed charges yet.
answered on Feb 25, 2023
Many times when someone is arrested for a DUI where there is a lengthy to delay before charges are approved and filed, it is usually the result of a blood test being sent off to the OSBI laboratory for testing. It is absolutely not uncommon for the lab to take six months, sometimes more, to return... Read more »
I've searched public records to see if there is any kind of divorce decree or even a filing of a petition for either marriage licenses, and i am not seeing anything of the sort. This individual was never Common Law married. I read the public filing of both marriage licensing that was filed,... Read more »
answered on Apr 10, 2023
It sounds like your case has some very unique set of circumstances. Therefore, you need to contact a family law attorney for your best course of action. Most will give a free phone consultation.
answered on Mar 10, 2023
I think you are referring to money. County court clerks usually combine court costs and fines (on multiple cases) so that individuals have 1 payment to handle each month.
My Dui was under alcohol and had nothing to do with drugs.
answered on Apr 16, 2022
The freedom to use one’s medical marijuana cards to ingest medical marijuana while someone is on any type of criminal probation in the city or County courthouses throughout the state of Oklahoma is a confusing mess.
Well many probation officers and Judges DO allow the use of medical... Read more »
I went to jail for what I thought was a public intoxication. Was bonded out for that paid the bail went to court they said that no charges have been filed yet. I go back to check online to see if charge is it been filed a month later and yesterday they filed actual physical control of motor... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2022
Many times when the police arrest someone for a crime they have an idea of what statutes or ordinances have been violated. Often times it guesswork because they haven’t done their full investigation, maybe they haven’t talked to some witnesses or followed up on some evidence. They will list... Read more »
I paid my attorney $1500, then he dropped me. I had to pay ANOTHER attorney $1500 again. The first attorney should return my money. Correct? This is malpractice.
answered on Sep 14, 2021
You would need to look at your attorney/client agreement (or engagement letter) - More than likely you have agreed to payment. If the attorney did any work on your case then that is services in which they are due money. If you truly feel you have a case against this attorney then you have to... Read more »
Warrent is for dui and he was on parole. They took a blood test and there is no results 5 months later. And no court date 5 months later.
answered on Jun 23, 2021
Generally, the charging out-of-state county will pick the person up when they can and the defendant will have to pay the cost of the transport.
You might look into contact a bondsman in Texas.
Petitioning one county to start sentence while being held serving in a different county.
Im 42 and never had a drivers lincense. They where supspeneded before i ever got them ive only had one ticket in 17 years
answered on May 16, 2021
I'd call the Department of Public Safety Driver Compliance Division and ask whether they offer any options for payment.
He is 27, cooperative with the police officer but did refuse to blow. He was not given a field sobriety test as well. He got pulled over for a tail light out but it was after midnight and officer asked if he’d been drinking. Son admitted to drinking earlier in the evening.
answered on Feb 3, 2021
You need to contact an attorney for this and let them receive all the details from your son (the client) so you can be advised properly.
answered on Dec 6, 2020
It depends on the county. Some DA's and Judges are placing limitations on people and feel they can get away with it because it is still a Federal Offense. Without seeing the specific conditions of your bond, it is hard to tell. I would error on the side of not using. If you have to test... Read more »
due to covid i haven’t been able to get a court date or start a probation time and it’s been so long i feel as if i’m supposed to be covered by the medcard
answered on Nov 3, 2020
It is a big chaotic circus right now with different counties implementing different rules relating to the medical marijuana issue and probation. It sounds like you haven’t waived your trial rights or been placed on probation yet which is good. Most judges appreciate when you’re upfront with... Read more »
answered on Sep 8, 2020
This statute should be helpful:
.13 bac dui first time
Failure to maintain lane
Transporting an open container
I’m a Texas resident but was charged in Walters ok. Leaving the casino and immediately was pulled over and given a field sobriety test. Failed that and was arrested taken to police station... Read more »
answered on Sep 7, 2020
Any attorney that guarantees you a certain result is lying because we don’t know until we rifle through the evidence and check your past. Also, occasionally, there are unreasonable DAs and/or judges or peculiar facts. If you were in Vegas I think the odds of you getting a deferred probation for... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2020
A DWI is the appropriate charge based on your BAC. However, if there is a drug on the blood test, you could be charged with DUI drugs.
It was entered on odcr.com regarding my girlfriends felony Dui-d case. Also ORAS was on there.
answered on May 5, 2020
It appears that an amended order was filed, likely setting or resetting certain hearings (possibly due to COVID-19 and the Oklahoma Supreme Court's administrative orders pertaining to cases currently scheduled through May 15). ORAS often is used in criminal cases to refer to the Ohio Risk... Read more »
They are charging me with an dui with BOC. Of .o8. I haven't drank in 7 years so that's impossible.
answered on Apr 5, 2020
You need to contact a seasoned criminal defense trial attorney as soon as possible. This is likely first-degree manslaughter (which carries a minimum of four years and up to life in prison). There are lots of factors that you have not included (wisely) in this question. They will ask for prison... Read more »
One of my friends got his 3rd DUI about 2 weeks ago. He has two previous misdemeanor DUI’s on his juvenile record. He was ordered to go to victims impact classes and to attend AA after he completed a year long rehab. He hasn’t completed all of his classes and is behind on court/probation... Read more »
answered on Feb 4, 2020
Aggravated DUI is always considered a felony. It is based on a blood alcohol level of over .15. The key to to fight the breath test or the blood test. This is complex, but if done right can save you a great deal of heartache and money. If it is in or around Tulsa, give us a call and we can... Read more »
In 2015 I was arrested for DUI. I failed to pay my fines or show up to court. In 2017 I was arrested for driving on a suspended license. I was ordered to pay fines, check in with probation, and have alcohol assessments done. I did do the assessments, but failed to do everything else and did not... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2019
Many attorneys handle DUI cases and your licensing issues at the same time for the same price. If you want to go the cheap route and not have to retain an attorney you can simply go to any Department of Public safety office early in the morning when they open and sit down with a hearing officer.... Read more »
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