Record was expunged and sealed. I'm trying to get arrest and/or court records now but the arresting agency and county clerk of the court have no records. The arrest still shows up on my national background check but without any related charges or court decisions. How can I get that info?
That was a long time ago. I’m guessing you might have trouble locating your attorney but that’s always the first place to start. There are different types of expungements under Oklahoma statutory law. Sounds like maybe you only took the expungement granted by the Court (Judge) but might not...Read more »
Are there curfews in place? Are there restrictions to the alley? Are there also other residences nearby? - bird watching could easily be construed as peeping and therefore not legal. You need to be more specific and if you have been cited or detained for this then contact a criminal law attorney...Read more »
My roommate was caught with a bunch of drugs and money and a gun up the road from my house and told them he lived here and they came and raided my house. Nothing of what they were looking for was found besides a set of scales and a little personal. Then whenever he gets out and has his motion to... Read more »
and the target of the wiretap was in Washington county. The district attorney in Washington co is who brought the charges against almost 20 people for drug conspiracy. I found that "The Court of Appeals held that under both 18 U.S.C. § 2516(2) and CPL article 700.05(4), eavesdropping... Read more »
The Criminal Appellate Judge has jurisdiction for the entire state therefore yes all those areas fall into the geographical location. Additionally, OBN is also statewide and therefore also meeting the geographic location. It is not uncommon for criminal investigations to span multiple jurisdictions...Read more »
Your question is a little vague, however if I am understanding your question then basically the state has listed you as a witness (most likely because you were there when he got arrested). Contact some criminal lawyers to have them give you specifics on the case.
Currently incarcerated in Oklahoma and have an outstanding warrant also in Oklahoma. Is it possible to plead guilty and take a plea deal whilst I'm still in prison? There is an additional warrant in Kansas where prison time will be served once this sentence is over
It’s actually quite common. Many times people are sentenced to prison before they resolve or dispose of other pending felony or misdemeanor charges. Rather than waiting until they discharge or complete the sentence, often times they hire attorneys to file a writ of habeas corpus to bring them...Read more »
I’m a delivery driver and we leave our cars on when we’re busy. My car was stolen while I was inside. Yes the guy was caught but when I mentioned suing the parents to a friend. (The kid is 13). He told me that I could lose because it is my fault for leaving my car running. Although, yes I could... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney to go through the specifics in more detail. There are other avenues other than larceny of a vehicle such as unauthorized use of a vehicle or even trespass. All issues have potential areas that have defenses, but you need an attorney to guide you through the...Read more »
You will need to contact an attorney and go through your specific case with them. While there is avenues for change of venue, there is a balance of the two states, justice, interest, evidence, etc.... This forum is not able to get into those specific of details because all issues are different,...Read more »
the victim made false allegations, omitted exculpatory evidence, and presented a materially altered protection order to a law enforcement officer to effect an arrest. The first chance Defendant talked to public defender he had him talk to the DA about the exculpatory evidence that negated their... Read more »
They had all they needed to arrest the target of an investigation(a drug dealer), but did not, then wiretapped his phone to find out who his associates were and how they are involved with the target all while allowing the illegal activity in order to bust more than the original suspect. I’ve also... Read more »
In order for the wire tap to be legal there would have to be a search warrant that set up the specific information be sought. Assuming they have that, then yes it is legal. Having what you need to arrest is a subject is a slippery slope that we wont get into here, because every criminal...Read more »
My spouse is being called into a retrial on her rapists conviction. The defendant is a family member and on behalf of said defenndent, his mother (aka her grandmother) has promised cars phones and housing as a way to get her to say that nothing actually happened.
That charge, generally categorized as a lower level felony theft crime, is usually between $1000 and $5000. Of course it depends on the Judge and any previous contacts and history with law-enforcement.
Whether you remember the check or not is irrelevant. However, if the bogus check was from 15 years ago and they have made no efforts to collect (lawsuit, garnishment, etc.) then they would be past the statute of limitations.
I stood there in one spot at least six or eight feet away, just begging and pleading with them to go a little easier on my wife, there was four cops on her, they had her face down in the dirt, they were hurting her, I was afraid for her,as her husband I was just trying to protect her. Will I be... Read more »
Difficult to say without learning more about the facts and your background. I think in most cases like you’ve described jail time is not warranted. If you have a clean record most attorneys would have a chance to negotiate a disposition where you might even get a dismissal of the charges after a...Read more »
Essentially you are really just filling a single Motion to Dismiss and having the matter placed on the proper Judges Hearing docket to agree this issue. In your motion you would need to cite the McGirt Supreme Court decision, briefly discuss the case itself and hope it applies to your situation,...Read more »
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