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Don’t Panic Call Urbanic – Oklahoma Criminal Defense Attorney
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#CriminalDefense - The Urbanic Law Firm’s Approach To Criminal Cases

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#CriminalDefense - What Can I Expect In The First 24 Hours After An Arrest?

The first thing that is going to happen after someone has been arrested is that they will be taken to either the city or county jail. They will be booked, processed, fingerprinted, and photographed. Their bail will initially be set, and they will be afforded the opportunity to call a bondsman.
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For more information on Aftermath Of An Arrest, a free initial consultation is your next best step.

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#CriminalDefense - Bail Process And When Someone Is Released On Bail - How Does The Bail Process Work In Oklahoma?

There are several different options for bail in Oklahoma. In most counties, bail is set by a schedule. If you’re accused of committing a certain crime, then there is a dollar amount associated with that crime, and as soon as you are arraigned then you’ll be told the bail amount. Although it’s set by a schedule, that doesn’t necessarily mean that is what the bail has to stay at.

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#CriminalDefense - What is The Difference between a Misdemeanor and a Felony Charge?

The Oklahoma statutes define felony and misdemeanor as such. In 21 OS § 5, a felony is defined by a crime which is or may be punishable by death or by imprisonment in a penitentiary. A misdemeanor in the next section, § 6, is defined as being every other crime. For more information on Misdemeanor and Felony, a free initial consultation is your next best step

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#CriminalDefense - How And When Do Miranda Rights Come Into Play In A Criminal Case?

The Miranda case holds that when a subject is questioned in custody by the police, what that person says to the police will be admissible against them only if he has received the Miranda warning. There are several things that need to be looked at to determine if Miranda applies, and those three things are whether or not somebody was in custody, how the questioning was executed, and whether the person doing the questioning has the authority to do so.

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#CriminalDefense - #Arrest - What Mistakes Do People Make After An Arrest?

The number one mistake that somebody can make after an arrest is not following their attorney’s advice. The attorney has seen plenty of people in similar situations, and they know the right thing for their client to do.

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#CriminalDefense - #Arrest - What Can I Expect In The First 24 Hours After An Arrest?

The first thing that is going to happen after someone has been arrested is that they will be taken to either the city or county jail. They will be booked, processed, fingerprinted, and photographed. Their bail will initially be set, and they will be afforded the opportunity to call a bondsman.

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#CriminalDefense - Bail Process And When Someone Is Released On #Bail - How Does The Bail Process Work In Oklahoma?


There are several different options for bail in Oklahoma. In most counties, bail is set by a schedule. If you’re accused of committing a certain crime, then there is a dollar amount associated with that crime, and as soon as you are arraigned then you’ll be told the bail amount.

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