The ACLU of Oklahoma is committed to fight for freedom and the protection of constitutional rights for generations to come. The ACLU accepts cases regarding principles of individual freedom, protection against arbitrary government action, freedom of religion, freedom of speech and press, due process of law, equal protection, and privacy. 

The ACLU is non-profit and non-partisan. We do not receive any government funding.  

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Center for Media & Democracy v. Hunter [Pruitt]

ACLU of Oklahoma represents Wisconsin-based watchdog group Center for Media & Democracy (CMD) in an open-records suit against the Oklahoma Attorney General’s office for withholding records concerning Pruitt’s communications with the oil and gas industry for nearly two years.

September 12, 2017

Perfect Cause v. Fallin

The ACLU of Oklahoma filed a challenge to the Governor’s Office failing to comply with the Oklahoma Open Records Act by refusing to employ or assign staff necessary to fulfill requests in the “prompt, reasonable” manner required by the law.

September 12, 2017

Tondalao Hall writ of Habeas Corpus

The ACLU of Oklahoma represents Tondalao Hall, an Oklahoma mother and domestic violence survivor sentenced to 30 years in prison for failing to protect two of her children from her abusive partner. In June of 2017, the ACLU began a new legal effort to free Tondalao.

July 12, 2017

Casilao v. Hotelmacher

We are challenging the practice of human labor trafficking through the exploitation of foreign workers on work visas by the Schumachers in Clinton Oklahoma.

  • Also Francis v. Shumacher  and Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company v. Hotelmacher
July 26, 2016 People Incarcerated Rights