David Prater

Oklahoma News
6:31 am
Sun December 14, 2014

Six Oklahoma Lawmen Recognized

David Prater, Oklahoma County District Attorney, and former police officer inducted into the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Hall of Fame.
Credit Oklahoma County District Attorney's Office

Six Oklahoma lawmen were inducted into the sixth class of the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Hall of Fame.

Tulsa Police Major Julie Harris says the six inductees for the 2014 class are: Barry T. Black, Joe R. Cannon, Phil Cotten, David Prater, Darrell Weaver, and Charles "Chuck" Smith.

Prater is a former police officer and currently the Oklahoma County district attorney. Weaver is the director of the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.

An induction ceremony was held on Saturday at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City.

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Open Records
8:57 am
Mon November 18, 2013

Oklahoma Pardon And Parole Board Trial Postponed

Credit Ronny Richert / Flickr Creative Commons

Trial has been postponed for members of Oklahoma's Pardon and Parole Board who face misdemeanor charges of violating the state's Open Meeting Act.

The board's five members were scheduled to go to trial in Oklahoma County District Court on Monday. But the board's chairman, Marc Dreyer of Tulsa, said Friday that prosecutors and defense attorneys have agreed to postpone the trial. No new date has been set.

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Politics and Government
7:32 am
Mon October 21, 2013

Ex-Oklahoma Lawmaker To Be Tried On Bribery Charge

Former State Rep. Randy Terrill (R-Moore)
Credit Oklahoma House of Representatives

A former Oklahoma lawmaker charged with bribery is scheduled to go to trial almost three years after the felony charge was filed by anOklahoma County prosecutor.

Jury selection for former Republican Rep. Randy Terrill of Moore is to begin Monday. Prosecutors say Terrill offered to set up former Democratic Sen. Debbe Leftwich ofOklahoma City in a state job in exchange for promising not to seek re-election so a Republican colleague of Terrill's could run for her open seat.

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