State Question 805 did not pass at the polls, but the fight for criminal justice reform continues in Oklahoma. Hundreds of thousands of Oklahomans from across the political spectrum cast their vote in support of State Question 805 and demanded our state leaders take bold action to end the incarceration crisis. We have built a powerful bipartisan movement that will continue to press for common-sense reforms in the months ahead. Stay tuned.
Oklahoma is handing down extreme sentences for nonviolent crimes.
State Question 805 is supported by a bipartisan and diverse coalition of community leaders
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An Army veteran sentenced to 17 years for pawning a stolen laptop.
A mother sentenced to 15 year sentence for stealing basic necessities and children’s toys at a Walmart.
A man sentenced to a 35 year prison sentence for writing $525.29 worth of fraudulent checks.
A man serving 20 years in prison for stealing a lawn mower from a tractor supply company.
An Army veteran sentenced to 15 years for possessing a stolen vehicle.
A Navy veteran sentenced to 10 years for using a stolen credit card.
A woman serving a 15 year sentence for forging a check worth $1,500.
A woman serving a 20 year sentence for stealing items from a storage unit.
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State Question 805
State Question 805 is a common-sense criminal justice reform that will limit extreme sentences for nonviolent crimes and save Oklahoma taxpayers $186 million. Join us and help end Oklahoma’s incarceration crisis.
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