The prosecutor can charge you with anything. The key is being able to prove it. You need to hire an experienced trial attorney and discuss all of the details of your case in order to help your attorney determine the best legal strategy for your case.
Marijuana. I bonded out with $500 and go back to court on October 4th and I'm just wondering if I can get someone to represent me from Tulsa to go to Pawhuska or if I can get the court closer because I don't have reliable transportation
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If criminal charges were not brought at the time this occurred you are probably ok, but there is no guarantee. You can be held liable for the criminal action for up to 12 years after the discovery of the crime.
the ADA has threatened my daughter on several occasions through her court proceedings. He threatened to file the higher charge if we force the case to trial. The forced her by threatening to file a higher charge if she plead no contest. I trying to see if it is official oppression, coercion. Or if... Read more »
Unfortunately, this happens frequently, and this is legal. While I personally believe that this type of practice is unethical, it does not violate any rules or laws. The best thing that you can do is work with your daughter’s attorney so that she can make a fully informed decision.
The police can arrest you for anything. The prosecutor’s office then determines the charges that will be filed against you. You need to hire an attorney to represent you to get these charges dismissed.
The jail is inhumane, uninhabitable, and the inmates are mistreated. No running water, no working toilets in any of the cells, they are allowed 2 phone calls and that's it, they will let you sit and rot before allowing you another phone call, women having their menstrual cycles are denied pads,... Read more »
You need to discuss your case with a civil rights attorney. If you go down this road it will be expensive and time consuming, so you may have to seek help from a nonprofit, which can be hard, but not impossible. The ACLU is a good place to start. Unfortunately, your experience is more common than...Read more »
I was watching this video about a woman being arrested for not signing a ticket. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMaJOtOu5M8. It seemed questionable to me that the exchange between the officer and the woman was "You're not going to sign the ticket?" "No. Because I..." "Step out of the car." "Why?"... Read more »
My ex boyfriend called me late one night and told me he was going to kill himself, I didn’t realize he didn’t mean he was going to kill me, the court paperwork says he comes to my home with intent to kill me with a gun, which was not true at all. They arrested him 30 mins always from my house... Read more »
Dismissing the misdemeanor case at my trial that I had been out on bond for and refiling as a felony by making several allegations of stalking the victim while on bond, Does the state only have to allege other crimes committed while on bond for them to revoke bond and issue a felony warrant?... Read more »
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