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criminal defense lawyer in Tulsa, OKVideo Transcribed: Administrative order five for 2023 regarding special judge assignments. So this covers some of the more specialized dockets. I’m Tulsa Attorney James Wirth, and we’re just going over this so everybody knows when their dockets are.

Judge Anthony Miller, he’s going to be calling out-of-custody arraignments in room 173 every day, Monday through Friday, at 9:00 AM. With some of the more specialized dockets, we also have assignments on those, also Anthony Miller. The DPS docket, the Department of Public Safety Docket, room 124 every Wednesday at 1:30. What about the cost docket? That’s going to be in room 173, at 2:30 every Friday.

So that is if you file a rule eight, you don’t have the ability to pay your court costs and fines, you want to demonstrate that to the court, try to get that payment amount lowered or some of that written off by the court, that is the docket that you’re going to be on. The cost docket is room 173, 2:30 every Friday.

Also, the McGirt docket. So if you are Native American, with a crime that occurred in Tulsa County, which all of which is considered to be Indian land based on the McGirt and its progeny, that McGirt docket is room 124, 1:30 on the last Friday of every month, also with Judge Anthony Miller. Property docket room 124, 2:30 on the last Wednesday of every month.

Additionally, the case is called by the preliminary hearing judges Rodney Sparkman and Kasey Baldwin, and Loretta Radford, the in-custody arraignments are in room 344, 9:00 AM every morning, Monday through Friday. The bond docket for initial settings bonds, and bonds hearings, it’s going to be in room 344 at 9:30 every day, Monday through Friday. So that is based on new administrative order AO-2023-5 filed January 27th, 2023 to handle those dockets from this point forward in 2023.

If you’ve got questions about your specific case and where and when you need to be, you may want to talk to an Oklahoma court attorney about that. To get that scheduled with somebody at my office, you go online to makelaweasy.com.

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