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Every county courthouses use different forms. Even the standard "Form 13.10 Uniform Plea of Guilty-Summary of Facts" form that is mandated by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to be used in all felonies and predicate misdemeanors pleas will have small variations from county to county. Additionally, each county drafts their own forms for payment of fines and costs, DA Supervision, Waiver of Preliminary Hearing Etc.
Listed below are links to the Tulsa County forms and a brief explination of when they are used. These are just examples provided so that attorney's and defendants can see the forms Tulsa County uses. DO NOT PRINT THESE FORMS OUT AND TRY TO USE THEM IN COURT. Forms are frequently modified and many of these forms are in triplicate. You should always get the current form from the court.
A "pauper" means either a recipient of government relief or public charity, and yes in my opinion the name of the affidavit is a bit offensive. However, if you are requesting that the Court appoint you a public defender this is the form that you must request, fill out and submit to the Court.
In Tulsa County a defendant that bonds out of jail is going to have a very difficult time getting the Court to appoint him or her an attorney at state expense. A defendant that bonds out of jail is generally going to be required to hire their own lawyer. This is something defendants and family memebers should consider before bonding someone out of jail. (Things to consider when you can't afford a lawyer.)
Rule 4.1 of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals mandates the use of the Plea of Guilty Summary of Facts Form 13.10 for all felonies and predicate misdemeanors. Even though the use of the form is mandatory different counties produce their own version of this form.
When a defendant enters a plea to a non-predicate misdemeanor in Tulsa County, a Record of Plea form can be used. This is also referred to as a "short form".
If a defendant is on probation and the state files an application to accelerate or to revoke their probation and the defendant wishes to confess that application than they must complete this form.
Defendants facing felony charges in Oklahoma have an Oklahoma Constitutional Right to a Preliminary hearing. If a defendant wishes to waive his right to a preliminary hearing a Waiver of Preliminary Hearing form must be used.
Whenever a defendant is assessed fines and costs in a criminal case in Tulsa County a "Rule 8 Form" is completed and signed by the judge.
Whenever a defendant is placed on District Attorney Supervision the rules and conditions of probation are laid out by this form.
Whenever a defendant is placed on Department of Corrections Supervision the rules and conditions of probation are laid out by this form.
Whenever a defendant is placed on probation for a sex offense the rules and conditions of probation are laid out by this form.
Whenever a defendant is placed on probation for a Domestic Violence Offense the rules and conditions of probation are laid out by this form.