Jurisdiction in what type of case. Your question is really too broad to answer correctly. However, just because you have children in Texas, that would not generally extend jurisdiction to non-family court civil matters.
Terrell and Kevin are both correct but wanted to add that it is important to find a lawyer. Although most first time offenses like this will result in a deferred sentence that will keep off your record...that is not guaranteed. Depending on the court and which DA's office you are dealing with, you may or may not get the same outcome without an attorney. An attorney can also review that case to see if any prior statements are admissible.
As your wife was assaulted, I would file a police report. Then you will want to find a local attorney that handles personal injury cases to discuss whether you have a claim. I would suggest acting fast as it may be possible to obtain the tapes from the store
If they show that you violated your probation, they can accelerate your deferred to a conviction, put you back on probation, or even put you in jail for up to a year. If you haven't been picked up on the warrant, it is possible that an attorney may be able to go in with the full amount to pay it and get the app dismissed. You may even be able to have a friend (do not go down yourself as they will arrest you on the warrant) take a money order in for you to pay it and then call them afterwards...
The only person that can lift the VPO is the judge. You are in violation regardless of whether she called you or not. nThe court has ordered you to stay away and by not doing so...you are violating the the Court's order.
Take your custody decree and call the police. If you have legal custody, then he has to return the child. Also, talk to local legal aid to see about filing contempt citation in court for not following the custody order.
If he is in the Oklahoma County Jail and can't afford an attorney, then the OK COunty public defenders office will be appointed to represent him. Their number is 405-713-1550. However, until they are appointed, they probably won't be able to tell you much.
The written contract will determine whether you can get out of the contract. It will be necessary to see if there are any cancellation clauses as well as looking to see that both sides are fulfilling their part of the contract. It sounds like they have provided some consideration in that they paid for your school but if they made other promises in the contract that they have not fulfilled, it may provide for a breach of contract allowing you to get out of the contract. There is no way to...
If your DL revo is out of Oklahoma, then you are more than likely eligible to reinstate. You will have to complete the reinstatement requirements which generally are an alcohol assessment and the completion of the requirements. The minimum requirements are a ten hour DUI school and a Victim Impact Panel. The main number for DPS is 405-425-2424. You are not eligible for a mod or work permit if you are eligible to reinstate. They may also ask you if you have had anything to drink in the last...
If you received one year probation, I am assuming you we're in district court. You can search www.oscn.net and it may tell you why you the violation was filed. It may be as simple as you didn't send in the final report or pay your monthly probation fees. Depending on what it is, may be relatively easy to clear up. Good luck