Could be an error, but sometimes if you get indicted for a charge other than that for which you are on bond, the grand jury will issue a warrant for your re-arrest. Call me at 770-530-5297 if you want to discuss further.See question
Aggravated sexual battery and aggravated sodomy are felonies. And it's unclear what you mean by deadlocked - do you mean dead docketed? Also, who lost the "star witness?" This sounds complex - you need to contact an attorney and set up a meeting.See question
The officer doesn't have to be present at arraignment. If you show and plead not guilty, your case will be rescheduled for trial. If you want a bench trial (the judge decides) it will be in Alpharetta city court usually in about a month. If you want a jury trial, the case will be bound over to Fulton County State Court and you be scheduled for arraignment and trial there.
The 809.1 is probably the distance from him to you when he used the laser device (probably).
It won't just go away because you don't go to court. They will mail notice to your last known address and, when you don't get it and don't appear, they will issue a bench warrant for your arrest. Any future contact with the police will probably result in execution of the bench warrant and you will probably stay in jail until the case is resolved. Contact the clerk of court for the particular jurisdiction to see if you've missed court and call a lawyer.See question
Bond is highly unlikely (unless he's not indicted within 90 days of arrest). Filing a bond motion may help get the case back into court and possibly resolve all the charges, otherwise he will be waiting for Arraignment.See question
You should be entitled to a refund of any portion of the fee that is unearned - it will largely depend on the fee agreement. Firing an attorney on the eve of trial is risky - the judge may insist the trial proceed on Monday whether new counsel is ready or not. You may what to have the defendant express concerns on Monday morning and ask for a continuance to hire new counsel.See question
Hire a lawyer. While judges don't always believe everything a probation officer says, they usually say it's the probationer's responsibility to comply with the sentence . . .See question
GBI maintains criminal histories (GCIC) for all arrests and convictions in Georgia. There is no time limit. However, what is shown on a criminal history may depend upon who is requesting the information. You may want to talk to a lawyer for further information.See question
Hire an attorney you like or have your son petition the court to have a different attorney assigned.See question
DDS will probably not take you into custody, but you need to resolve the warrant issue. Hire an attorney and make arrangements to turn yourself in either at probation or the sheriff's department.See question