Oklahoma bill makes juvenile records available without court order

March 1st, 2007 | Posted in News, Politics, Privacy | Comments Off on Oklahoma bill makes juvenile records available without court order

I think someday we’ll find out just exactly how totally brain dead
lawmakers are capaple of being. Until then, this will qualify as a
leading example.

In todays world where privacy has to be fought for at every turn,
Oklahoma Senator Don Barrington decides that it’s just a peachy idea to
make juvenile records available without having to mess with that pesky
thing called ‘due process’ where they have to convince a judge there is
a legitimate need and get a court order.

Bill makes
juvenile records available without court order

OKLAHOMA CITY Confidential juvenile justice records would be
available to federal officials without them getting a court order
under a bill passed by the state Senate.

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