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  1. New ACLU Report: Black People Still Almost Four Times More Likely to Get Arrested for Marijuana in Oklahoma

    April 20, 2020News updateRacial Justice, Criminal Law Reform, People Incarcerated Rights
  2. Data Model Shows National COVID-19 Death Toll 100,000 Higher Than Current Projections

    April 24, 2020Press releasePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform
  3. ACLU of Oklahoma Files Open Records Request for Oklahoma and Trump Administrations’ Knowledge of Potential COVID-19 Outbreaks in Prisons and Jails

    April 29, 2020Press releasePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform
  4. ACLU of Oklahoma Urges Next Steps for COVID-19 Response in Prisons, Jails from Governor Stitt and Oklahoma Department of Corrections Director Scott Crow

    May 26, 2020Press releasePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform
  5. ACLU of Oklahoma and Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma File Writ of Prohibition to Prevent the Location Change of Court Hearings Without Notice

    June 2, 2020Press releasePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform
  6. White v. Hess

    December 10, 2019CaseCriminal Law Reform, People Incarcerated Rights, Racial Justice
  7. ACLU of Oklahoma Statement on COVID-19 Outbreak in Lexington Correctional Center

    July 24, 2020Press releasePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform
  8. Statement from the ACLU of Oklahoma in Response to the Attorney General’s Announcement to Challenge Every Case Impacted by McGirt v. Oklahoma

    August 3, 2020Press releasePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform
  9. The Public Healthcare Crisis in Oklahoma Jails

    August 14, 2020News updatePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform
  10. ACLU of Oklahoma Statement on Department of Health’s Announcement Expanding Phasing Access Beyond People Incarcerated

    March 9, 2021Press releasePeople Incarcerated Rights, Criminal Law Reform

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