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Study: Oklahoma Felony Filings Fall After Voter-Backed Law

 

A new study by a criminal justice research group shows the number of felonies filed by Oklahoma prosecutors dropped significantly since voters decided to ease sentences for some drug and property crimes. The study shows that the number of felony cases with simple drug possession fell from nearly 19,000 in 2017 to fewer than 5,000 during 2018.