Oklahoma is making strides to correct some of it's current regulations regarding prison terms, fines and probation of non-violent and felony crimes. Here is a glimpse of what is in the works.
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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma lawmakers in both chambers have passed criminal justice reform measures that would keep nonviolent offenders out of prison. The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed House Bill 2281, which would adjust penalties for low-level property offenses like larceny, forgery and ot...