Tulsa Municipal Jail
After a person has been arrested and processed, they are taken to jail. Once there they await various hearings that will establish a bail amount and set court dates for the trial.
The Tulsa Municipal Jail is one place where a person might be taken upon arrest. Jails are not pleasant places to be, so it is imperative that people on the outside begin the process of trying to get a loved one out as soon as possible.
The legal system requires a bail hearing. Bail is an amount of money that is paid to the court to ensure that a person will attend their court date. Regardless of the verdict, if the person appears the money is returned. For serious crimes, bail may be too high for an individual to pay. In this case, a bail bondsmen may provide the money in exchange for a nonrefundable fee.
There are two jails in Tulsa. A person may be taken to Tulsa County Jail or as it is often called, David L. Moss.
Should I Call an Attorney?
If you or a loved one have been arrested, contact an attorney immediately. Innocent or guilty, the legal system will often try to take advantage of the rights of an individual. A good defense attorney serves their client and makes sure these rights are upheld. This extends from the moment of arrest to the ultimate conclusion of the case.
At the Edge Law Firm, we stick by out clients and work for the best outcomes possible in each and every case. If you have a loved one in municipal jail, contact us immediately.
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