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Q: If you are bonded out of jail when you go to your court date can you still get a court appointed attorney?
Tracy Tiernan
Tracy Tiernan answered on Jun 15, 2021

This is a bit of a difficult question to answer as it varies from county to county, from Judge to judge (particularly with the coronavirus pandemic having ravaged the country this past year or so.

In many instances the courts have dramatically reduced bonds to get people out of custody as...
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Q: If a person has a f.t.a warrant in Oklahoma can they make a plea and pay fines without going to court,due to a death?

I need help with my warrant, I never been in trouble in Oklahoma only traffic tickets now this felony warrant haskell county Oklahoma I couldn't make court date my father passed away I called and changed court date but my mind wasn't focused my dad just passed june 14th 2020 my new court... Read more »

Tracy Tiernan
Tracy Tiernan answered on Jul 30, 2020

You need to retain a criminal defense attorney immediately. Even if not considered a valid excuse for missing court, the loss of your father is certainly an “extenuating circumstance” that an attorney could possibly persuade the Court (Judge) to excuse and withdraw the warrant without you... Read more »

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Q: Why is Kansas not extraditing

We were pulled over in Oklahoma and my nephew had a felony warrant in Wichita KS but they didn’t want to extradite

David A. Cincotta
David A. Cincotta answered on Jul 21, 2020

Several reasons could exist. Generally, when it is a felony warrant and the state is a border state, the state with the warrant will extradite. That said, it could be that because of COVID, a limited budget to transport inmates from other states, or a limited jail space in the county from which... Read more »

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Q: Due to the COVID-19 can felon request for Judicial review when their 60 months was up in February 2020?
David A. Cincotta
David A. Cincotta answered on Jul 17, 2020

Unfortunately no. There was an order from the Oklahoma Supreme Court extending all deadlines that occurred between the middle of March to the middle of May, as a result of COVID-19. Because you indicate that your deadline was in February, I do not believe there is anything that would extend that... Read more »

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Q: In Oklahoma how much jail time can you get for not completing 18 hours of community service
Brian Boeheim
Brian Boeheim answered on Jun 17, 2020

If you pled to a case and part of the agreement was for you to complete community service hours, and you fail to complete them in the time allotted, the State could file an Application to Accelerate (if you are on a deferred) or an Application to Revise (if you are on a suspended). In either case,... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and DUI / DWI for Oklahoma on
Q: What's this mean? AMENDED ORDER SETTING CONTESTED CRIMINAL HEARINGS.

It was entered on odcr.com regarding my girlfriends felony Dui-d case. Also ORAS was on there.

David A. Cincotta
David A. Cincotta answered on May 5, 2020

It appears that an amended order was filed, likely setting or resetting certain hearings (possibly due to COVID-19 and the Oklahoma Supreme Court's administrative orders pertaining to cases currently scheduled through May 15). ORAS often is used in criminal cases to refer to the Ohio Risk... Read more »

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