Time period for turning self in and eligibility under OR Book and Release Program vary and depend on information not provided.
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This deadline is usually set by the judge at your arraignment. For example, he/she may order you to do a book and print within 30 days or before your next court appearance. If you don't recall or the record is silent, it's probably safest to do it before your next court date. I'm assuming, of course, that you reside in a county that requires book and print on every case as mine does. Keep in mind that you'll likely have to call ahead and make an appointment to do it, so it's best not to wait until the last minute.
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