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Oklahoma Supreme Court upholds lower court's ruling

The Oklahoma Supreme Court confirmed in December that the wording used in court orders in drunken-driving cases did not comply with state law, which could mean that motorists in alcohol-related cases would be eligible for refunds. The Department of Public Safety could be liable for a $11 million for repayment of costs associated with the revocation and reinstatement of driver's licenses for more than 37,000 motorists.

Oklahoma man in jail for alleged DUI, fitted with 'spit hood'

After allegedly spitting on an employee of the Edmond City Jail, a man that had been taken into custody on charges of DUI was made to wear a "spit hood." The man was spotted and picked up by officers who responded to a call about a reckless driver.

Could medical amnesty policies help Oklahoma students?

Educational institutions around the nation are instituting policies that provide legal amnesty to underage individuals who call on emergency services for their alcohol-stricken peers. According to observers from the University of Miami and other schools, these policies are designed to help reduce the number of emergency drug and alcohol overdose situations that result in deaths due to students afraid of being charged with underage DUIs or possession charges when authorities arrive to assist.

Oklahoma elementary school teacher suspended, suspected of DWI

An elementary school teacher from Tulsa was suspended from her job after she was taken into custody under suspicion of drunk driving. Police say that they also located an unrestrained small female child in the back seat of her car. A Tulsa Public School official recently confirmed the woman's employment at an elementary school and that she has been suspended from her job.

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