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Can a defendant get an OIDS lawyer by calling or writing the OIDS offices?
Not directly. We would have to refer you to the Judge in the county where you are charged. Sheriffs, Jailers, and Court Clerks typically have forms on hand to apply for an OIDS attorney to represent you. Defendants in cases in Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties are not eligible for OIDS representation, but complete a similar application for the County Public Defender to be appointed.
Indigent Defense System, Oklahoma - OIDS
Indigent Defense System