Every jurisdiction is different. Even within the same state, different probation departments VARY greatly, in their enforcement efforts and procedures. Felony probation can have a dozen or more conditions, including a 4th Amendment waiver, wherein you give up your normal right to NOT be confronted...Read more »
Do you have a lawyer? That always helps. Depending on the Judge and county that can either be a great offer or you could possibly get something better from the Judge at a sentencing hearing. That's why it's important to consult with an attorney who knows the local judges and what you...Read more »
A person I know has had 3 dwi in Tx and now one in okla somehow 1 in Tx was tossed out. All resulted in a totaled car and the last one in okla resulted in hitting a 18year old kid on motorcycle he only broke and ankle thank god. How many chances does the system give u the bond was only set at 7,500... Read more »
Probably. Unless the officers saw her I'll bring the vehicle or she was in the driver seat when they arrived, they will not be able to meet the elements of the crime. I would recommend consulting with a local attorney such as myself. Please let me know if I can be of further help.
Wouldn't argue with them--under Oklahoma law they have to supervise any drinking you do. And what you drink has to be 3.2 or lower, and you can't have a significant blood alcohol level. https://alcoholpolicy.niaaa.nih.gov/APIS_State_Profile.html?state=OK
Attorney I had originally took my money and withdrew after I missed a court date because the court clerk gave me the wrong month of my court date. I had to reset bond even though their mistake, and now the only thing I can and want to do is plead guilty and take the suspended sentence. The judge... Read more »
Yes. But, the answer cannot come without you explaining the history of your case as well as the current facts that have led to this application to revoke. Therefore, you need to contact a local Oklahoma attorney to address these questions. TJP
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