Reworked criminal justice reform bills fall short of what a blue-ribbon panel recommended was needed to curb incarceration rates and provide alternatives to prison. But advocates and district attorneys favor the legislation, some of which passed the Senate and some of which passed the House Tuesday.
Stories of being pulled over for no reason are common in minority communities, raising questions about the fairness of allowing law enforcement agencies to investigate racial profiling complaints against their own officers.
Oklahoma’s gun laws frequently change and can be confusing even to seasoned observers. This Q&A explains who can carry guns and where they can be carried, with an emphasis on schools and college campuses.
Uninsured drivers took a step closer to receiving automatic citations after a contract with the state District Attorneys Council was allowing a Massachusetts-based company to deploy license plate scanners. The enforcement program is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation.