Arraignment: If you do not already have a court date, have not seen a judge, or do not have a permanent case number, you will need to go before a judge for an arraignment or initial appearance. (You do not need an attorney for this).

  • Cleveland County Court Clerk’s Office, 200 S. Peters Ave., Norman.      You must report in before eleven o’clock on a Thursday or Friday, within 10 business days.  When you report in, you will be told what time to come back to see a judge later the same day.  At that time, the judge will read the charges to you and you will be given your next court date.
  • Oklahoma County- If you have a temporary case number, you will be given an arraignment date when you bond out.  It is possible that you will need to return for a second arraignment date or that the D.A. will not be ready to file the charges.
  • Norman City Court, 201 W. Gray Street, Norman.   You must report in within 5 business days of being bonded.  When you check in, you will be given your next court date.

Hire an attorney to represent you. You should talk to several to find the right attorney for you and your case.

Track your court dates. Oklahoma County and Cleveland County cases can both be tracked on www.OSCN.net .  At the top of the home page select “Court Dockets”, and then “Search Dockets” from the menu on the left side of the screen.  Search by your name or case number.

Report in to your bondsman every Wednesday Call or text Rodney every Wednesday just to check in.  It is very important that you communicate with your bondsman and that your bondsman is able to contact you. Call Rodney ANY time you have a change, for example, you get a new phone number, your work or address change, or if you get a court date.  Also, let Rodney know who you hired as your attorney.

Go to court!  It is very important that you go to court.  Always be on time, arrive 30 minutes early and dressed appropriately.  No shorts, t-shirts, flip-flops, etc…  Also, turn off your phone and other devises.  What you wear will make an impression on the Judge and the District attorney.

If something happens and you do miss court, call your attorney and Rodney ASAP.  We can help you to get a new court date.  (If you miss a court date and do nothing, you will have a Failure to Appear, the court will issue an arrest warrant, your bond will be forfeited, and you will end up back in jail.  The courts don’t forget, and charges will not just go away.)  So, if you miss a court date, call and we can help you.

Most court cases will require that you hire an attorney to represent you before the judge and district attorney. If you do not already have an attorney, this is a partial list of local attorneys to help you get started in your search. You should talk to several attorneys to find the right attorney for you and your case.

Most court cases will require that you hire an attorney to represent you before the judge and district attorney. If you do not already have an attorney, this is a partial list of local attorneys to help you get started in your search. You should talk to several attorneys to find the right attorney for you and your case.

SAVE THIS NUMBER IN YOUR PHONE!

RODNEY OKC BAIL BONDS

405-205-0603


Cleveland County Attorneys

Tim Kuykendall
209 S. Crawford Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 321-1403

Ron Boone
209 S. Crawford Ave Norman, OK 73069
(405) 329-2855

Elton Jenkins
115 S. Peters #6 Norman, OK 73069
(405) 579-1678

Nick Pantalone
108 E. Main Street Norman, OK 73069
(405) 321-7000


Oklahoma County Attorneys

Vicki Floyd
3555 NW 58th Street, #1010 Norman, OK 73069
(405) 605-8073

Mark Henricksen
600 N. Walker #201 Oklahoma City, OK
(405) 609-197

Marcy Fassio
3133 NW 63rd St. Oklahoma City, OK
(405) 767-0522

Robert S. Jackson
925 NW 6th St. Oklahoma City, OK
(405) 232-3450