It’s difficult to say without knowing the specifics of your past criminal history. Alternative courts such as veterans court, drug or DUI court, mental health court, they are reluctant to accept candidates with a violent history, or a history involving guns or protective orders. It’s been a...Read more »
While traffic violations are generally treated a little differently, any violation of law in Oklahoma that carries a fine or jail time that does not meet the definition of a felony, is technically a misdemeanor. That includes all, or nearly all, traffic violations - including the one you ask about....Read more »
i am doing a school project where i am a lawyer defending his client *he is charged with robbing a store and killing a attendent*,they were a mask and gloves, there are no witnesses to see the face of my defendent, the crime took place at 3:00 and my defenddent is told me he is guilty of the crime... Read more »
Bringing up something over a year ago that he had done but I made him give it back to the man of the store and nothing else was said what do I do or what's going to happen they are that he is an alleged delinquent.
Best advice is to not share specific facts on this public forum. Next I would call or consult a criminal defense attorney who handles juvenile cases to discuss your fact pattern in order to get an idea what you’re facing and what a likely outcome will be based on all of the circumstances. Best of...Read more »
Sounds like a situation where the offender has no prior convictions or arrests. If you want to or feel as though you need to go to rehab then by all means do it. However, most situations involving this particular crime and with no prior history are going to secure some type of probationary plea...Read more »
If you are posting this question to find out what you can do have the records expunged, you will first need to apply for a pardon or wait. Assuming you conviction was for a non-violent crime, you will likely qualify to have the records expunged five years after your sentence ended (so in 2026)....Read more »
I have a couple misdemeanors on my record and 2 felonies... But my misdemeanors are paid off and where done in 2014. How can I know they are eligible or not. And if that's so then when will approximately they be?
There are two types of expungements of criminal cases in Oklahoma. If your sentencing on the misdemeanor was deferred, then you would qualify to have the case dismissed and the court records expunged upon the date to which your sentencing was deferred expiring. Some counties do this automatically...Read more »
To our knowledge, the property owners are not pressing charges. However, the District Attorney is charging him with a misdemeanor for this accident. He was not under the influence of anything. He was returning home from football practice. He's a good kid. No history of drugs or alcohol. Good... Read more »
If the District Attorney is prosecuting this, then you need to hire an attorney to represent your son's interests and help mitigate this matter----depending on the age of your son, it may be possible to get all of this transferred to juvenile court jurisdiction which might keep all of this off...Read more »
If you are not wanting to testify, I would recommend that you first talk to your husband's attorney. Failing to comply with a subpoena can have consequences, so don't just ignore it. You can always contact the prosecutor directly as well, but talking to your husband's attorney first...Read more »
You stated you have a “charge” that was administratively dismissed. As long as you were never CONVICTED of a felony and don’t have any felony convictions you should be fine. It would be wise to consult a criminal defense attorney, however, to discuss the subtleties and specific facts of your...Read more »
An appeal of the conviction is out-of-time. Under very limited circumstances, a conviction can be vacated through the Post-Conviction process. Another consideration would be applying for a sentence commutation.
I would encourage you to contact an attorney to review the person's...Read more »
You ask two questions here. The first question regards when a civil suit should be filed (if a criminal case is pending). The answer to that question is you should not wait to talk to a civil attorney about proceeding with a civil suit until the criminal case is closed. There are too many pitfalls...Read more »
For the past 3 months he's been sitting in a holding cell.Loc ⁸% With no new program offered. And this time spent is not counting for anything. Is this legal.? So how do we go about submitting a MODIFICATION PETITION to the warden for a different program. They saying he wont be released until 2025.
Grand larceny under Oklahoma statutory law is a felony offense. It is generally defined as the theft of property or goods whose value is $1000 or more. In terms of felony offenses it’s a property crime which is generally viewed as something not quite as serious as many other felonies such as...Read more »
The Short answer is yes, there are circumstances where a previous juvenile conviction can be utilized in District Court when someone becomes an adult (gun possession charge after have been adjudicated a delinquent). There are also circumstances where you might have the State/ City/ Federal...Read more »
They is clearly not enough factual background to your question to give you any meaningful guidance. However, it sounds like you might be the victim of a domestic abuse arrest for your boyfriend. If you’re talking about doing an affidavit, it sounds like you’re desirous of informing the district...Read more »
I’m going to assume that these pictures were illicit? I don’t have enough facts to give you confident guidance or counsel, however, it’s unusual when someone that you friend on a tool like Facebook would send you unsolicited inappropriate sexual pictures of a minor child out of the blue. You...Read more »
From your question, it appears that one of the following must be true: 1. you are on probation and not parole, or 2. you have multiple cases in which you are on parole for one and on probation for another.
Either way, if you have an attorney for the revocation hearing next week, you...Read more »
A Daubert hearing, to describe it simply, is a pre-trial hearing that is usually brought about by the filing of a “motion in limine” which is a motion filed by one party in an attempt to exclude the expert witness testimony or evidence of the opposing party in a trial. In the hearing,...Read more »
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