Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer If your bond has been revoked you have a warrant out for your arrest. You need to work with your attorney to set up a walk through or time for you to turn yourself in immediately.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer A District Attorney is law enforcement. You should never speak to a prosecutor without an attorney present. Do you really want to risk admitting to a crime yourself and being charged as a result?
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer You will have to hire an attorney to represent your boyfriend. Once the police have been called it is out of your hands. The prosecutor will pursue the charges even if you want to drop them. It will take you cooperating with your boyfriends attorney to obtain a dismissal of the charges.
Robert Donald Gifford II's answer It is not, however you should contact the other party to advise they have no consent to access your private accounts. You should also seek to protect those accounts. Should those accounts be accessed, it can constitute an illegal “hacking,” and you should file a police report immediately.
Gary Johnston Dean's answer Probably, ask at the police department. You may need to file an open records act request to get it. If you don't know how to do this, You should consult an experienced Family Law Attorney, in your area, for help with this problem.
Gary Johnston Dean's answer Yes, as are all felonies. Your best bet would be to voluntarily return to Oklahoma. You should have an attorney to represent you when you surrender. The Warrant will then be recalled. It really beats all of the inconvenience and cost associated with arrest where you now live, and perhaps days in custody until you are transported back to Oklahoma. Good luck.
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Pete David Louden's answer To give an option on a legal document would require seeing the document. Best thing to do is meet with an attorney and after reviewing the document they will be able to answer your questions.
Gary Johnston Dean's answer His threats are a crime, called extortion. She should keep his texts about this, and tell her divorce lawyer about them, and her drug history. Tell her not to worry about this. Police won't do anything about it.
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