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Joe Allbaugh discusses death penalty with coalition opposed to executions

Patrick B. McGuigan, editor Oklahoma City – New Oklahoma protocols and procedures for capital punishment are “in the final stages to be presented to the Attorney General’s office” soon — but will then “have to go through the court system,” said Joe Allbaugh, director of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. Allbaugh’s comments came during a […]

Capitol Report for April 16: Allbaugh’s take on death penalty probe, and a demographic shift by 2030

Analyst Patrick B. McGuigan attended a community forum on Corrections policy this past week. He asked Interim Director Joe Allbaugh about the multi-county grand jury, and whether he expected any indictments from the panel’s investigations of the state’s controversial death penalty process. Allbaugh answered cautiously, saying he had no special insight, but that he did […]

Watch-Out, Two: Allbaugh says state prison crisis bears “uncanny” resemblance to what Texas faced

by Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY – Joe Allbaugh, interim director of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, says Oklahoma’s prison overcrowding issues bear an “uncanny” resemblance and many parallels to the funding and management crisis that was intensifying in the Lone Star State 22 years ago. In 1995 and 1997, while Allbaugh worked in government, […]

Watch-Out, One: His gut says no indictments in death penalty probe, as Joe Allbaugh tackles Corrections reform

by Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY – Joe Allbaugh, interim director at the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, said “my gut tells me” there will not be any indictments forthcoming as a result of a current multi-county grand jury investigation of the state’s death penalty process. Referring to this reporter Albaugh said, “Pat, I have no […]

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