April 04, 2019
The third branch of Oklahoma’s government, the Judicial Branch, deals with a number of important issues every year, from high-profile constitutional matters to life-changing criminal cases. Oklahoma’s judicial system is unique, and features a number of quirks which make the system specially tailored to our state’s needs. However, some features of the judicial system deserve to be reevaluated to determine whether they serve the people of the state in the best way possible. One feature of Oklahoma’s judicial system that has not been reevaluated in decades, the state’s judicial districts, tops the list of concerns for good government.