Tulsa County Jail Release
When a person has been arrested for a crime in Tulsa County, an attorney can make all the difference in the proceedings. Getting the person released from jail is the first step of this process.
Getting Out of Jail
In Tulsa County, most people will have a their first appearance in court the morning following their arrest. At this point, the court will usually assign a bond amount if applicable and the defendant will enter a plea of guilty or not guilty.
There are a few important things to note of in the period immediately following arrests:
- Tulsa County must make the arrest record and location of defendants available so that people can locate their loved ones in the system.
- Every defendant is entitled to a bond hearing, no matter the circumstances of their arrest.
- If a person cannot afford the bond, bail bondsmen are brokers who pay bonds to secure release for a defendant in exchange for a fee.
Attorneys Can Make All the Difference
Having an experienced attorney that knows the jail and court system will help answer any questions that you have to get your friend or loved one out of jail and back home safely. An attorney can also immediately start investigating the facts of your case and pending evidence against you by the police. Finally, an attorney can associate with a trusted bail bondsmen, often to secure release quickly and protect your rights.
If you or someone you know has been arrested for a crime in Tulsa County, contact Bruce Edge and his team today. With attorneys on-call around the clock, there is no reason that you or a loved one should stay in jail any longer than necessary.
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Travis County Jail:
David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center
300 N. Denver Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74103