Tulsa Drug Court Program
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What is Adult Drug Court in Oklahoma?
Adult drug court programs provide eligible, non-violent, felony offenders the opportunity to participate in a highly structure, court supervised treatment program in lieu of incarceration. Since the inception of the first program in 1995, Oklahoma's adult drug court programs have expanded to 73 of the 77 counties in the state.
What happens if you are detained for public intoxication in Tulsa?
Individuals detained for public intoxication are taken to Tulsa Sobering Center for a minimum of 10 hours and connected to long-term health care and treatment services. At the end of the holding period, adults are released from Tulsa Sobering Center without criminal charges, court dates or an arrest record.
What is the 7th Judicial District Drug/DUI program?
The 7th Judicial District Drug/DUI Court Program is a court-supervised, comprehensive treatment program for non-violent defendants with alcohol and/or drug problems.