My question involves criminal law for the state of: Hawaii to Oklahoma
My brother is currently in prison in Hawaii until September. He has contacted me and asked me to put the wheels in motion for him to complete an Interstate Compact to transfer him to Oklahoma.
He meets all the guidelines as listed in the ICAOS Rule 3.101. The interstate compact itself does not require him to have a place of employment but the rules of his probation require him to have a full time job or be enrolled in an educational or vocational training program.
My question is, I am having a hard time finding him employment here in Oklahoma without him being here to conduct an interview. I am going to talk to his P.O. in the next few days, but I was wondering if someone could give me some idea as to if they believe he would need to have a job here in Oklahoma before they would accept the compact?
Also, it suggests that all the court fees etc be payed prior to the compact, but there is a good chance those will not be paid, how much does this hurt his chances of transfer?
Also, his charge was burglary of the 2nd. He has also made a DAG plea. I do not believe either of those have any affect on his transfer but I decided to include them to be safe.