OK to Release Inmates To Relieve Overcrowding

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In an effort to combat Oklahoma’s increasing prison population, the state will soon allow some nonviolent prisoners nearing the end of their sentence to be released from prison under supervision, The Frontier reports. Corrections Director Joe Allbaugh told a state board that he is taking action because legislators have done little to stem the growth of the state’s record . . .

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