I am assuming this is in Canadian County. Generally, the DAs are easy to deal with and get recs from at the court proceedings. If it is a technical violation (ie...couldn't pay), then it should be fairly easy to get something worked out. I would suggest getting everything caught up before his court date if possible so they can show that he is in compliance. Good luck.
I would suggest calling a bondsman in the county or city that you think you may have a warrant. They will be able to check and see if there is one and the amount of the bond. Alternatively, you can contact a local attorney in that area to do the same but generally, calling a bondsman is the quickest route.
Short of the child being adopted by someone else, it is virtually impossible to avoid child support. For public policy reasons, Oklahoma courts do not let a person escape child support by simply giving up parental rights. Regardless of whether you exercise your rights to see your child, you are still responsible for supporting that child. If the child receives any type of state assistance, the state will come after you for support also. You can go to court to enforce vistation to see your child.
Are you currently seeking citizenship or attempting to become legal? If so, you need to speak with your immigration attorney to see what effect this may have on your process. Looking at the criminal aspect. if you were ticketed for not having a license as opposed to driving under suspension, it may be possible to avoid going to court by paying for the ticket at the clerks counter. This will result in a conviction for the charge though. If the charge is for driving under suspension, then the...
It would be a motion to recuse and there is a required procedure to be followed. It can just be done in open court. If there is an appearance of impropriety, than most judges will recuse. However, your attorney will want to look at the alternative as far as what other judges could you get.
You should have been given some types of rules and conditions when you went on probation. I am assuming you are on DA supervised probation and they can give you a copy of them or your attorney. Being on probation, your rights are limited by the terms and conditions of probation.
Based on the limited information, these facts would indicate that there could be a stop issue that could lead to suppression of the evidence. In Oklahoma, there isn't any requirement that you wear a seatbelt on a private road.
It is not unusual in OK for a case to take 1-2 years to make it to trial depending on the county. As far as his right to a speedy trial, they will give him one if he demands it. However, a lot of times cases are continued by the defendant for various reasons or there are time delays as the case goes through the system. It is possible to get to trial quicker but you may ended up losing your opportunities for trial motions etc that take time to flesh out and argue. The best person to ask...