Oklahoma Indigent Defense System--Periodicals.;Legal aid--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Public defenders--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Right to counsel--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
The mission of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense system is to provide indigents with legal representation comparable to that obtainable by those who can afford counsel and to do so in the most cost effective manner possible.
It is our privilege to submit a report concerning the duties, activities and accomplishments of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, in accordance with 22 O.S. § 1355.3(B) and 22 O.S. § 1355.4(C)(14).
It is our privilege to submit a report concerning the duties, activities and accomplishments of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, in accordance with 22 O.S. § 1355.3(B) and 22 O.S. § 1355.4(C)(14).;...
In Brief: Thoughts and feelings matter! Full Description: Friendships Matter. Families Matter. Supporting Each other matters. Our thoughts and feelings matter. This program will help students understand how the things they do and think affect what...
Oil and gas leases--United States.; Public lands--United States.
This document is aimed at providing information which can be utilized nationally to increase access to federal lands through the development of consistent environmental analysis methods and supporting research and data needs specific to onshore oil...
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Robert L. Duncan
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Polychlorinated biphenyls--Oklahoma--Pryor Creek.; Water quality--Oklahoma--Pryor Creek.
An early summer, 1979 reservoir survey of Ft. Gibson Lake, conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of engineers, uncovered elevated levels of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB). in certain fish. Analytical work was performed by the Oklahoma State Department...
Oklahoma Health Care Authority--Periodicals.; Health planning--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) is responsible for overseeing the Medicaid program in Oklahoma. In carrying out its responsibilities, OHCA strives to be a leader in improving the delivery of cost-effective, appropriate, high quality...