Thank You for your patience
You said that you contacted the DA's office over a year ago who has failed to get in touch. DA is free to continue with the prosecution at any stage, and the case will never become statute barred.
That saying the considerable delay can be for numerous reasons. The DA's office may be still obtaining evidence or witnesses in support of is prosecution. It could be that the court has been granting the DA a number of continuances to obtain what he needs to bring forward the prosecution.
You were given no date for an arraignment and not told to sign at the local police station. Hence, as long as the DA's office in Oklahoma hasn't got your address they cannot serve you with a court summons. Considering that you have complied with the law, in attending your first appearance, the DA may not be able to get a warrant for your address, in less you were in breach of your bond terms. If you have been in breach, a warrant of arrest can be issued any day.
The longer the time passes between arrest and hearing, the more chance you will have to argue that the inexcusable delay has severely prejudiced your defense,some witnesses may no longer be available or have faded memories.
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