OK DAs Worry About Drug Treatment Under Reforms

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Proponents of Oklahoma criminal justice reform measures that passed Tuesday will end the ability of district attorneys across the state to file felony charges following “simple” drug possession arrests. They spent yesterday celebrating, but the district attorneys who opposed the bills spent the day in a much more somber mood, reports The Frontier. One measure reclassified the possession of “personal use” amounts of . . .

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