OKLAHOMA CITY — After serving 2 years in jail and 13 years in prison, domestic violence survivor and mother, Tondalao Hall is coming home.
In response to ODOC’s Sunday night announcement that all facilities have been locked down following fights at 5 different locations, resulting in more than a dozen hospitalizations and a death, the ACLU of Oklahoma issued the following statement:
In response to Wednesday's raid on two Stillwater businesses by federal agents, the ACLU of Oklahoma released the following statement:
Statement from the ACLU of Oklahoma on Order Denying District Attorney’s Discretion to Remove Drug Court Participants
In response to the judge ruling the defendant could remain in drug court, Mashburn asked the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to rule that judges have no discretion to decide if someone stays in drug court:
In response to the 2019 legislative session, the ACLU of Oklahoma released the following statement:
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