in the previous session
Oklahoma focused on returning citizens back to society as productive citizens.
- The state modified the process for juvenile court record expungement.
- Passed the Sarah Stitt Act to ensure individuals have proper identification and work documents prior to release from prison.
- Oklahoma also modernized and modified the state’s practices of suspending drivers’ licenses to remove crimes that don’t directly relate to driving offenses.
Oklahoma State Director for Right On Crime
While a student at the University of Central Oklahoma Davidson accepted a job at the Oklahoma House of Representatives, then moved into an internship in the Lt. Governor’s office. This jump-started a more than 17-year career working in politics in Oklahoma. Marilyn Davidson serves as President of Davidson Consulting. A public affairs and lobbying firm headquartered in Oklahoma City.
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