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I was arrested for underage consumption and disorderly conduct at 1am Sun. in Ohio. I was released on bail at 10 am Sun with a court appearance Tues at 9am. I was told I was not on the docket and sent to another office. I was told there that the charges were not filed in time and if they decide to pursue it they will send a letter. Ohiobar.org states under What are my rights in court?
Within 72 hours after your arrest, the judge must:
1. Tell you the crime of which you are accused.
2. Give you a copy of the written complaint against you.
3. Give you a continuance to get an attorney, if there is a possibility you could go to jail.
4. Tell you the nature and effect of the pleas.
How long do they have to do this & what if they don't do it in the allotted time frame?