Pete David Louden's answer This sounds like you may have tried to represent yourself without an attorney. Best possible thing you can do is hire an attorney now so that they can help you. Use the find a lawyer feature on avvo and you can select from many highly qualified lawyers.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer Yes, you can have your probation partially revoked which makes it possible for the remaining portion to be revoked later. This is the situation you seem to be describing. I’ve seen people be partially revoked my entire career and it’s common. He still had paper time to be revoked so everything was probably done correctly. He doesn’t get credit for street time. No he can’t get out any earlier than standard DOC policy allows.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer It sounds like he consented to the representation and therefore waived his rights. He voluntarily negotiated a plea agreement and is going to have to live with that decision.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer If you are in compliance, and show up with an attorney, you will probably be okay. However, the worst thing that is possible is that you are revoked for the full term of your probation and you go to prison.
It would appear that a change of DHS caseworker is in order. You should document the prejudice by this worker. Your employment is not a reason to deny when suitable care is available during your work hours.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer Changes in the law are not retroactive unless the statute specifically states that the law is retroactive. This means that if the crime is classified as a felony at the time it was committed the crime is still a felony even if committed today it would have been a misdemeanor.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer Without having all the information regarding your case, I can not give any advise on whether this is a valid charge or not, but regardless, you definitely need a lawyer to help you with the criminal case. I suggest hiring an attorney immediately.
Robert Donald Gifford II's answer Based on your question, there would not be any jurisdiction over you and no crime. Is it possible that you had some unpaid fines and the suspended sentence was not discharged yet?
Mr. Michael O. Stevens' answer If they have attorneys, you will want your own. It would be like showing up to a race and they bring in a supped up sports car and you just bring your van. Maybe you win, but you are already at a disadvantage.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer In law, a per curiam decision (or opinion) is a ruling issued by an appellate court of multiple judges in which the decision rendered is made by the court (or at least, a majority of the court) acting collectively and unanimously.
Howard Berkson's answer A civil case from an Oklahoma District Court is appealed to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. But, unless the case involves some important issue, the Supreme Court will ordinarily send the case to the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals for review. In that case, you can still ask the Oklahoma Supreme Court to review a Court of Civil Appeals decision.
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